Born in 1972, he is a journalist at El País and collaborator on JotDown and on the program ‘A vivir que son dos días’, on Cadena SER radio station. He previously worked as a correspondent in Rome for almost 15 years for El Correo and the other newspapers of the Vocento group. With Libros del K.O. he has published ‘Mediterráneo descapotable. Un viaje ridículo por aquel país tan feliz’ (Convertibe Mediterranean. A Ridiculous Journey around the Very Happy Country), ‘Crónicas de la mafia’ (Mafia Chronicles), and its sequel, ‘Paletos salvajes. Crónicas de la mafia II’ (Savage fools. Mafia Chronicles II),which was published in the same year. He received the Cirilo Rodríguez prize in 2015, and Salvador de Madariaga prize in 2016 for journalism. For Domínguez, “there is not much to add without further increasing false expectations”. When he was young he won a hot air balloon trip in a writing competition and thought that writing could serve a purpose: it gave perspective”.
El humor de la mafia
Humor en el islam