Ángel G. Osuna (Tarifa, 1975) graduated in Architecture and Technical Architecture from the University of Seville. As a teacher he is a contributor to various academic publications, especially essays on Architectural Theory and reflections on the Imaginary of Architecture. He has been a curator in various exhibitions and cultural cycles sponsored by the University of Seville, the Ministry of Culture and private entities. After more than fifteen years as an architect and artist, he has decided to dedicate himself fully to his true passion, writing.
In 2020 he won the first prize for crime novels in the Black October contest in Madrid, the Sed de Mal award with his novel The Ruthless Country of Wonders. At the beginning of 2023 he published the crime novel The Dance of Dust in the Sun’s Rays with the Sevillian publishing house Extravertida Editorial.
His novels delve into the obsessions and cruelty of the human soul, fortunately remedied by the tenacity and honesty of the police officers who have to solve the crimes committed.