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Roberto Enríquez (Bob Pop)

Television critic and contributor to different media

Roberto Enríquez, also known as Bop Pop (Madrid, 1971), usually says that he divides his time between literature and wanting to eat. He has published a first novel, Mansos (Caballo de Troya, 2010), a humoristic essay, Cuando haces Bop ya no hay stop (2013) and the first instalment of his literary personal diaries, Días ajenos. Primavera Verano (spring 2017). He is currently working as assistant director of Andreu Buenafuente’s program Late Motiv (Movistar+), facilitating workshops in literary creation in Barcelona, and is a regular contributor to La Marea, Mongolia and Cadena SER. All of which means he sleeps on the train between Barcelona and Madrid. His first book is the essay Un miércoles de enero, published by Turner publishers, in which he analyses how one day in a given country is represented in the reflection of these hours in publications of all kinds, from mainstream to gossip, to culture and sport.


Update: 7 May 2018


Has participated in

Primera Persona 2018

Autobiographic live sessions: stand-up comedy, pop music, theatre and narrative