Juan Soto Ivars (Águilas), is a journalist and author. His essay “Arden las redes: postcensura y el nuevo mundo virtual” (Debate, 2017) is about lynching and new ways of censorship that appeared on social media and tabloid press, and has been recommended by journalism, comedy, and literature professionals, such as are Jordi Évole, Joaquín Reyes, and Fernando Aramburu. He publishes op-eds in El Confidencial, and collaborates with several TV and radio shows, as La Sexta Noche, Las Mañanas de Cuatro, El Programa de Ana Rosa and No es un día cualquiera (RNE). He has published reports and op-eds in media like El País, El Mundo, Ajoblanco, Vice, Tintalibre and El Periodico de Catalunya. Some of his novels are Crímenes del futuro (Candaya, 2018), Ajedrez para un detective novato (Novel Award Ateneo Joven de Sevilla 2013) and Siberia (Tormenta Award to the best revelation author in 2012). His literary work appeared in many anthologies, and has been translated to Italian and Polish.