Iolanda Batallé (Catalonia - 1971) might well have had a hundred lovers, studied literature at Berkeley, and lived on four continents. Whatever she did, a decade ago she said goodbye to all of it by writing this exceptional novel, I’ll Do Anything You Want; winner of the Prudenci Bertrana prize (one of the most prestigious literary prizes awarded to books written in Catalan). As well as being a writer, she is also a publisher. Batallé has founded and directed several publishing imprints, has been responsible for raising international awareness of the cultural projection of her country’s government, and she currently runs Ona - an emblematic bookshop in her home city; a house of culture and a house of literature. She has a son, a partner, a dog and lives in Barcelona.