Marta Marín-Dòmine is a Catalan Canadian writer with a background in academia. She has lectured at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, where she led the Centre for Memory and Testimony Studies. She has directed documentaries; contributed to art projects, such as The Vengeance of the Apple and Refugi; and published notable works like To Flee Was the Most Precious Thing We Had and They,
exploring the feminine love condition in Catalan Golden Age theatre. Currently, she heads the Born Culture and Memorial Centre in Barcelona.