José Jiménez Lozano
José Jiménez Lozano (born 13 May 1930) is a Spanish writer. In 2002 he was awarded the Miguel de Cervantes Prize.
Jiménez Lozano was born in Langa, a village in the province of Ávila. After finishing his studies in 1962, he became a journalist and writer, winning the Cervantes Prize in 2002. Not well known to the general public, he has emphasized religious and social themes in both his journalism and his novels.
- Historia de un otoño (novel) (1971)
- El sambenito (novel) (1972)
- La salamandra (novel) (1973)
- El santo de mayo (novel) (1976)
- Guía espiritual de Castilla (essays) (1984)
- Avila (essays) (1988)
- El grano de maíz rojo (novel) (1988)
- El empleo (novel) (1989)
- El mudejarillo (novel) (1992)
- Tantas devastaciones (poems) (1992)
- La boda de Ángela (novel) (1993)
- Teorema de Pitágoras (novel) (1995)
- Un fulgor tan breve (poems) (1995)
- Las sandalias de plata (novel) (1996)
- El tiempo de Eurídice (poems) (1996)
- Los compañeros (novel) (1997)
- Tom Ojos Azules is the basis of a children's opera (2016) of the same name by American composer John Craton, with libretto by José Jiménez Lozano.