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Inés Martín Rodrigo

Writer and journalist

She holds a degree in Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid. For fourteen years she worked in the Culture section of the newspaper ABC. In 2019, Inés was selected by the Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AECID) as one of the best writers under thirty years of age. She has been on the jury of the Ojo Crítico de Novela Prize and has organized colloquiums at Hay Festival Segovia. She currently collaborates in El ojo crítico, the cultural program of RNE and is part of the team of the literary supplement Abril, of the Prensa Ibérica group. She is the author of the bibliographic fiction Azules son las horas (Espasa, 2016), the anthology of interviews with women writers Una habitación compartida (Debate, 2020), the children's story Giselle (Tres Hermanas, 2020) and Las formas del querer (Destino, 2022), a novel awarded with the Nadal Award 2022. She has prefaced works by authors such as David Foster Wallace, Virginia Woolf and Carmen Laforet. Her last book is Una homosexualidad propia (Destino, 2023), an intimate testimony about how she came to the full assumption of her sexual orientation.

Update: 28 June 2023


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