Antonio J. Rodriguez (Oviedo, 1987) is a writer and a journalist, contributing pieces to Spain’ s top media outlets, including El País or Jot Down. He is also the editor of Caballo de Troya, a literary imprint at PRH whose aim is to find and promote new literary voices.

He is the author of the short story collections El principio de incompetencia (RHM Flash, 2013) and Exhumación (Alpha Decay, 2010), co-written with his partner, the writer Luna Miguel.

He is the author of the novels Fresy Cool (PRH / Literatura Random, 2012), Vidas perfectas (PRH / Literatura Random, 2017), and the caustic and timely novel Candidato (PRH / Literatura Random, 2019), praised as “one of the novels of its generation”.

His last book is The Same Old New Masculinity  (Anagrama, 2020), which mixes essay, journalism and memoir to explore contemporary masculinities.

La nueva masculinidad de siempre

Anagrama, 2020 | The Same Old New Masculinity


PRH, 2019 | Candidate