Winner of the 1st UTE literary contest and selected microstories to be further published

Dear all, we are pleased to announce the winner of our 1st literary contest: Neus Cáceres i Casademunt, who presented the microstory entitled “La veritat” (“The truth”) under the pseudonym “Francesc Roura Fugasot”. 

A total of 50 manuscripts were submitted, of which the jury composed by the writers Tina Vallès and Carles Miró and the scientists Dr Pere-Joan Cardona and Dr. Cris Vilaplana selected 14 to be published (including the winner original). The originals will be edited and a post will be released when they will be available for the general public.

 

This literary contest is the first of the advocacy initiatives that we have planned, with which we pretend the general public to increase their knowledge of tuberculosis through art.

You can find the complete list of the selected microstories here below:

  WINNER OF THE 1ST UTE LITERARY CONTEST  
  MICROSTORY AUTHOR  
  LA VERITAT Neus Cáceres i Casademunt, under the pseudonym “Francesc Roura Fugasot”  
       
 

MICROSTORIES SELECTED TO BE FURTHER PUBLISHED

 
  MICROSTORY AUTHOR  
  AVÍS Pep García Orri  
  CONVERSES Laura Gavaldà Mestre  
  DE LA PATATA AL PULMÓ Ariadna García Saenz  
  FOC Jordi Morató  
  FOSOS Jose Mármol Alcaraz  
  INMUNE Marta Madeo Salvà  
  LA PLUJA Jordi Casabona Barbarà  
  LA TOS Pepe Sitjar i Serra  
  LA TUBERCULOSI A CASA Albert Villanueva Tovar  
  RENDITS A L’EVIDÈNCIA Arantza Sanvisens Bergé  
  TANT SE ME’N FOST DE CAMPSENTELLES The TWD  
  PREMIAT Jordi Torallas i Boucharlat  
  SÓC EL PERSEGUIT Salvador Villà Freixa  
       

You can read the winner microstory here (in catalan).

 

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