Agustín Fernández Mallo (La Coruña, 1967) studied physical sciences. In 2000 he coined the term Poesía Pospoética [post-poetic poetry], which was reflected in the collections 'Yo siempre regreso a los pezones y al punto 7 del Tractatus' (2001, Alfaguara, 2012), 'Creta lateral travelling' (2004, Café Món prize), 'Joan Fontaine odisea' (2005), 'Carne de píxel' (2008, Ciudad de Burgos de Poesía prize) and 'Antibiótico' (2012). In 2006 he set up Project Nocilla and published his first novel, Nocilla dream, chosen by Quimera as the best novel of the year, and by El Mundo's cultural supplement as one of the ten best books of the year. This was followed by 'Nocilla experience' (2008), RTVE's show 'Miradas 2''s best book of the year, and Nocilla lab (2009), picked by Babelia as the 3rd best Spanish novel of 2009. He is also the author of the short story collection 'El hacedor (de Borges) Remake'. He has been translated into several languages.