Antonio G. Iturbe

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Antonio G. Iturbe is a journalist, writer and professor.

He created the free magazine Gratix and, later on, coordinated the television supplement from El Periódico. He’s been working on cultural journalism for more than two decades, he’s been an editor for Fantastic Magazine and he’s currently director of the books magazine Qué leer. Besides that, he has also collaborated with the cinema magazine Fotogramas, in cultural shows on Onda Cero, Ona Catalana, ICat FM or Bilbao Cadena Cope. Also, he has participated in cultural supplements in La Vanguardia or Avui diaries.

He has worked as professor in several universities in Madrid and Barcelona, he’s been president of the Association of cultural journalists in Cataluña. Currently, he is a professor in the Masters of Edition in Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.



In 2008, he published the first title of the children series “Cases of Inspector Cito”, a detective series with a lot of sense of humor, which brings together the stories he used to read to his kid before going to bed. Consisted of more than 10 titles, the series has been translated to nine languages.

Iturbe has been awarded with Premio Biblioteca Breve and Premio Troa a Novelas con valores. His work has been translated to more than twelve languages.