Basque by birth, but raised in Tenerife, she has lived in Madrid for fifteen years. She has worked as an insurance salesperson, waitress, scriptwriter, reporter, television and advertising creative, presenter and marijuana trimmer. She collaborates as a journalist with the newspaper El País, in magazines such as Vice, Tribus Ocultas, El Estado Mental and Cinemanía, and on the programme ‘Hoy por hoy’ on Cadena SER radio station. She is also the author of the novel ‘Las niñas prodigio’ (Wonder Girls), published by Fulgencio Pimentel in 2017, and she participated in the anthology ‘La errabunda (Primer tratado ibérico de deambulología heterodoxa)’ (The Wanderer; First Iberian Treatise on Heterodox Walking), published by Lindo & Espinosa in 2018. When you search for Álvaro de Marichalar on the internet, it isn´t uncommon to find a photo of him next to one of Sabina Urraca. They didn´t had a love affair, Blablacar was to blame.
Las viejas prodigio