Inés Martín Rodrigo (Madrid, 1983) is one of the top cultural journalists in Spain and has been on staff of the Culture section at the newspaper ABC since 2008. She is the author of the biographical novel Azules son las horas (2016), an anthology of interviews with women writers Una habitación compartida (2020) and the children's book Giselle (2020), based on the ballet of the same name. She has written prefaces to works by authors such as David Foster Wallace, Virginia Woolf and Carmen Laforet. In 2019 she was selected by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) in the "10 of 30" program, which each year recognizes the best Spanish writers under the age of forty. Her novel Las formas del querer was awarded the 2022 Nadal Prize.