Invidual residences


From Thursday, 7 October 2021 to Tuesday, 12 October 2021



Carme Martí (Montblanc, 1972) is a writer. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Catalan Philology from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. For many years she worked as Catalan language teacher for immigrants at the Consorci per a la Normalització Lingüística (Language Standardization Association), as columnist regional newspapers and as Culture Manager at the Museu de la Vida Rural.

Martí is autor of Història d’una cuinera (Fonoll, 2008), coautor of Cròniques rurals (Barcino, 2011), and later wrote Un cel de plom. La vida de Neus Català (Amsterdam, 2012), which has hadthirteen editions published in different formats, sold more than 20,000 units and has been the subject of one theatrical adaptation. Her latest work is El camí de les Aigües (Amsterdam, 2017).


During my residency I will work on my new novel. It is a fiction story about how serious illness takes its toll on a person and their family both from an emotional and medical point of view. It’s a journey through life touching on different topics, such as experiencing problems at the workplace when one’s child is sick or looking for one’s own identity. In addition, I continue my ongoing endeavours to restore historical memory through one of characters in the novel.

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