Sergio del Molino (Madrid, 1979) is the author of a number of books, including the landmark work La España vacía (2016), a book which brought the issue of rural depopulation to the forefront of public awareness in Spain. He won the Ojo Crítico and Tigre Juan awards for La hora violeta (2013) and also received the Espasa Prize for Lugares fuera de sitio (2018). He is the author of the novels La mirada de los peces (2017), Lo que a nadie le importa (2014) and La piel (2020) and the non-fiction Contra la España vacía (2021) y Un tal González (2022). He writes for El País and contributes to Onda Cero Radio, among other media outlets.
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