Robert Juan-Cantavella

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Robert Juan-Cantavella is a Spanish writer born in Almassora in 1976. Currently he lives in Barcelona. He worked as editor-in-chief at the Spanish cultural magazine Lateral.[1][2]


  • Asesino Cósmico (Cosmic Killer), novel, Random House-Mondadori, Barcelona, 2011.
  • El Dorado, novel, Random House-Mondadori, Barcelona, 2008.[3][4] El Dorado is a parodical, political, punk adventure novel.
  • Proust Fiction, short-story collection, Poliedro, Barcelona, 2005. The main story, "Proust Fiction", tells how Quentin Tarantino was plagiarized by Marcel Proust.
  • Otro, novel, Laia Libros, Barcelona, 2001. Experimental novel.


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