Luisgé Martín (Madrid, 1962) has a degree in Hispanic Philology from the Complutense University of Madrid and an MBA from the Instituto de Empresa.
He has worked as an editor at Ediciones SM and Ediciones del Prado. In the strictly literary field, he has published the books of short stories Los Darkos (1990) and El alma del Erizo (2002); the novels La dulce ira (1995), La muerte de Tadzio (2000, winner of the Ramón Gómez de la Serna Prize), Los amores confiados (2005) and Las manos sevedas (2009); and the collection of letters Amante del sexo seeks morbid partner (2002). He has also participated in various collective books of stories. He has won the Antonio Machado Award for stories in 2009, the Vargas Llosa Award for stories in 2012 and the Llanes Travel Award in 2013. At Anagrama he has published La mujer de sombra, welcomed as a masterpiece.
Herralde Novel Award (2020), for One Hundred Nights.
Vargas Llosa NH Short Story Award (2012)
Short Story "Antonio Machado" Train Award (2009)
Ramón Gómez de la Serna Award (2000)