The writer from Vigo, Domingo Villar, was admitted this morning to the Álvaro Cunqueiro hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage. As Europa Press has learned, the author of works such as 'The beach of the drowned' is in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of said hospital centers after being transferred in a "very serious" condition this morning.
Domingo Villar (1971) is one of the most recognized Galician writers thanks to the translation of his books into several languages, based on the original versions in Galician and Spanish. 'Ojos de agua' was his first novel, published in 2006, followed by 'La playa de los ahogados'. In both, Vigo has a leading role.
Precisely, the black novel writer was one of the winners of the Distinguished Vigués award this year, thanks to his work, recognized throughout the world.