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Antonio Lozano

Writer and literary journalist, coordinator of the CCCB reading club.

Degree in Communications from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and PhD in Humanities from the Pompeu Fabra University. He has worked on Quimera and Qué Leer and currently contributes as a  literary journalist on Librújula, the Cultura/s and Magazine supplements of La Vanguardia, the RAR supplement of ARA, and the magazines Esquire, Woman and SModa. He produces the blog Negro sobre negro for Librújula and writes in the section “Serialmente” on CLAPP, the digital magazine for cinema. Lozano is co-author of Nuestra historia (1911-2011) (Seix Barral, 2011) and of the young people’s trilogy Terror en la red (Edebé), the author of six books for children and a translator of crime novels, young people’s novels, graphic novels, essays, memoirs and practical books. He also coordinates the CCCB and the Agustí Centelles Library reading clubs and is a member of the judging panel for the RBA International Prize for Crime Writing.

Update: 3 February 2017


Has participated in

"Lost & Found: A Memoir" by Kathryn Schulz

"Dracula" by Bram Stoker

"Brots de narcosocietat" by Fàtima Llambrich

"El ruido de una época" by Ariana Harwicz

"The Stories of John Cheever"

"The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

"The Greatest Invention: A History of the World in Nine Mysterious Scripts"

By Silvia Ferrara

"Trust” by Hernán Díaz

"La mestra i la Bèstia” by Imma Monsó

"Rebecca” by Daphne du Maurier

"El buen padre” by Nadia Hafid

“The End of Love” by Eva Illouz

“El infinito en un junco” by Irene Vallejo

“The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas

“El fill del xofer” by Jordi Amat

“Terres mortes” by Núria Bendicho Giró

"Godspeed" by Nickolas Butler

"Summer" by Ali Smith

"Sound Desert" by Valeria Luiselli

Talk with Karl Ove Knausgård

Conversation between the Norwegian Author and Antonio Lozano

The McEwan Moment

Journalist Antonio Lozano interviews British writer Ian McEwan

Mary Shelley’s "Frankenstein". With the participation of Fernando Vidal

Friends of CCCB reading club

An evening with Don DeLillo

Conversation between Don DeLillo and Antonio Lozano