After Lola Sabater received a « bourse d’excellence » in 2012, an excellence scholarship for five years, she graduated at the Toulouse II- Jean Jaurès University in Romance Languages and French Literature in 2016, where she also studied an MA in Latin-American Studies. Lola Sabater is bilingual in Spanish and French. In addition, she published parts of her poetry in Oculta Lit, a Spanish cultural magazine. Lola Sabater worked as a volunteer in the last edition of "Le marathon des mots", a literature festival taking place in Toulouse in the first week of July.
Lola Sabater's research project intends to explore the heritage of the picaresque genre in contemporary novels. She is currently focused on two novels: the major Latin-American novel written by Roberto Bolaño, Wild Detectives, and the trigoly Vernon Subutex by the controversial author Virginie Despentes, which has been a best-seller in France. Her research topic emphasizes the cultural and literary exchanges amongst three countries: the heritage of a Spanish classical tradition and its interpretation made by two major writers of the contemporary Latin-American and French literature. It is a subject that highlihts the dynamics of cultural heritage.