Isabel-Clara Simó

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Isabel-Clara Simó i Monllor (4 April 1943 – 13 January 2020) was a Spanish journalist and writer. She was born in the town of Alcoi, Valencian Community.[1] She was thought to be one of the most important writers in the Catalan language.[2] Simó was awarded several prizes, including the Premi Sant Jordi in 1993. As a journalist, she was the director of Canigó magazine and has a daily column in the newspaper Avui.

Simó died of a neurodegenerative disease in Barcelona on 13 January 2020 at the age of 76.[3]

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  1. "Isabel-Clara Simó". escriptors.cat (in Catalan). Retrieved 13 September 2010.
  2. Palmer, Judith (22 March 1996). "Judith Palmer on literature". The Independent, archived at LexisNexis. Retrieved 13 September 2010.
  3. Fallece la escritora Isabel-Clara Simó a los 76 años (in Spanish)