Nando López (1977) is a novelist, playwright and has a PhD Cum Laude in Hispanic Philology. Winner of the Gran Angular Award 2020 with La versión de Eric and finalist for the Nadal Award 2010 with La edad de la ira, recently turned into a successful TV series on Atresplayer Premium. His narrative career also includes titles such as Hasta nunca, Peter Pan, Presente imperfecto, Cuando todo era fácil and El sonido de los cuerpos. He has also participated in various anthologies of short stories and is the author of titles that have been very well received by young audiences, such as El río de las primeras veces, Nadie nos oye, En las redes del miedo, the trilogy La leyenda del Cíclope (Water Tower Award 2022), the bilogy El reino de las Tres Lunas and Cuál es tu lucha, the first novel-documentary for young people in Spanish. As a playwright, he has premiered his plays in Spain and abroad, in countries such as Costa Rica, Chile, the United States, Venezuela, Mexico and Panama. His titles include Nunca pasa nada, #malditos16 (candidate for the 2018 Max Award for Best New Playwright), Inventando a Lope, Los amores diversos, Cuando fuimos dos, De mutuo desacuerdo, Barro (co-written with Guillem Clua), Nunca pasa nada and La edad de la ira, loosely based on his own novel. He is also the author of children's plays such as La foto de los diez mil me gusta, Multiverso Shakespeare or Por qué tiene que ser todo tan difícil and free versions of classic texts such as Yerma (Helen Hayes Award 2015 for Best Theatrical Performance), Tito Andrónico and Desengaños amorosos (candidates for the Max Award for Best Adaptation in 2020 and 2021) or Las harpías en Madrid (XXXIX Festival Internacional de Teatro de Almagro), as well as adaptations and free versions of musical pieces such as Amores en zarza and Agua, azucarillos y aguardiente (Teatro de la Zarzuela, 2019 and 2020).