(France) Foenkinos studied arts at the Sorbonne and trained as a jazz musician. He is the author of several novels, including The Erotic Potential of my Wife (2004), winner of the 2004 Roger-Nimier Award; En cas de Bonheur (2007); Nos separations (2008); and Delicacy (2010), a work that has made his name internationally. Delicacy has won ten awards, including the Télégramme Readers Prize, the An Avel Award and the 7ème Art Prize, and it is the only novel to have been shortlisted for all the major French literary prizes (Goncourt, Renaudot, Médicis, Fémina, Interallié…). It has been published in more than thirty countries and made into a film starring Audrey Tautou and François Damiens by the author and his brother, Stéphane Foenkinos. His books Les souvenirs (2012), Je vais mieux (2013), Charlotte (2014) and Lennon (2014) have been translated into Spanish.