Llucia Ramis i Laloux (Palma, Majorca, April 23, 1977) is a Catalan language journalist and writer. She studied journalism at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, and has worked in different media, including the newspaper Diario de Mallorca, the literary magazine Quimera, COM Ràdio, Rac1 and the Catalan edition of El Mundo newspaper. In El Mundo she publishes the column Plexiglàs of the Tendències supplement.Her début novel was Coses que et passen a Barcelona quan tens 30 anys (Editorial Columna, 2008), and it received favorable reviews. In 2010 she won the Josep Pla prize with her second novel Egosurfing (Editorial Destino, 2010). She also participated in the story collections Odio Barcelona [I hate Barcelona](2008) and Matar en Barcelona [Killing in Barcelona](2009) .