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Laura Martín

Laura Martin was born in Barcelona in 1973 and, after an unsuccessful foray into the world of finance (she didn’t passed the second year of business studies), she decided to change the course of her life and finally got her degree in English Philology in 1997. Not wishing to mitigate any university withdrawal symptoms, but to escape from a job which brought her nothing but unhappiness, in 1999 she got a postgraduate degree in Literary Translation ​​where she met a group of colleagues and friends with whom she formed a collective that later on will be called Anuvela.

It could be said that since then she has happily worked as a free-lance translator from English to Spanish, both individually as within Anuvela.

Some of the authors she has translated are Iris Murdoch, Stephen King, Ken Follett, Joanne Harris, John Grisham, Michael Crichton, Rick Moody and Frederick Forsyth.