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Antonio Iturbe was born on 7 March, 1967 in Zaragoza, Spain, is a Journalist, Writer. Discover Antonio Iturbe's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

Popular As Antonio González Iturbe
Occupation Journalist, Writer
Age 57 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 7 March, 1967
Birthday 7 March
Birthplace Zaragoza, Spain
Nationality Spain

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In 2017 he obtained the award Premio Biblioteca Breve with his latest novel: A cielo abierto. A narrative of the marvelous pilot adventures of the very well-known The Little Prince author: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.


In 2004 he published his first novel: Rectos torcidos. A humorous novel where the protagonist, a Barceloneta neighbour, starts up his very unique business: To transform Don Quixote and other literature classics into toilet paper to read them in the only place where people have their five minutes of peace a day. In the highest days of Barcelona’s economy he already bitterly criticised the changes Barcelona as a city was undergoing to become a theme park for tourism. In 2008 he published the first title of the children’s book series Los casos del inspector Cito, illustrated by Álex Omist. A police series with plenty of humor in a way for the youngest to get into their firsts police novels. Los casos del inspector Cito is a collection currently made of 10 books and has been translated into 9 languages. In 2012 he published his third novel: The Librarian of Auschwitz , in its original title La bibliotecaria de Auschwitz. It is a novel inspired by the life of Dita Kraus, a survivor of Auschwitz who at the age of 14 was in charge of a clandestine library in the barracks Bllb of the Auschwitz concentration camp. This novel has been translated into 13 languages as of now. The novel was awarded the Troa Prize in 2013. In 2014 Iturbe started a new children's literature series: La Isla de Susú, which is currently at its fourth book into the series, it has also been translated to Korean. The main character is a curious girl living in an island where extraordinary events never cease to happen.


After graduating, he created the free magazine Gratix, which he directed and, after taking part in various short media projects, in 1993 got into being the chief supervisor of the supplement television of El Periódico. Subsequently, he became editor of cinema-magazine Fantastic Magazine, and in 1996 he got involved in the emerging book magazine Que Leer, in which he held the position of chief editor, deputy director and, since 2008, director. Throughout these years Iturbe also took part, among many media endeavours, such as the magazine Fotogramas, the book section of Protagonistas in the national radio broadcaster Onda Cero, or in cultural divulgation for Ona Catalana, Icat FM or La Cope de Bilbao, and in cultural supplements for journals La Vanguardia and Avui.


Born in Zaragoza, his family moved to Barcelona and Iturbe grew up in the Barceloneta neighbourhood. He pursued a Bachelor Degree in Journalism at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, where he graduated in 1991. He balanced his studies with several jobs: parking guard, baker, and an auditor. His first job as a journalist, was in a local Barcelona television show called ' ' Televisió de Ciutat Vella.' ' Where he worked as a reporter.


Antonio González Iturbe (born March 7, 1967 in Zaragoza) is a Spanish journalist, writer and professor. Currently, he is the director of the cultural magazine Librújula.