Félix Amador (Moguer, 1965) novelist, poet, essay writer, blogger, translator, and music critic. Amador published his first novel Las palabras mágicas in 2007, and his blog-novel diary of a newly divorcee became a book in 2009 and then a trilogy. Then he published his story books Lienzos en blanco and Noche de jazz. His short novel, Los hilos del aire, was finalist at the International Novel Prize La Esfera Cultural. In 2010, Fundación Zenobia-Juan Ramón publishes his essay El Moguer de Juan Ramón Jiménez (Breve guía para el viajero pasional).
Amador has obtained more than 30 poetry and narrative awards, most of them with works dealing with his experience as author: Juan Ruiz Bravo (social narrative), Asociación de Mujeres Zenobia (gender equality narrative), Manuel Siurot de Narrativa (narrative), Día de la Mujer de Bormujos (narrative), two awards of Gastronomic Narrative by Restaurante El Chiscón, or the ADEPA award in favor of animal welfare, among other recognitions.
Since 2007, Amador publishes weekly for the blog ‘Jazz, ese ruido’, where he reviews records, books, films, and different aspects of jazz world. Occasionally he publishes for the press and has contributed to culture and music radio programs. In 2015, he makes his debut in the musical genre with Germinal, a production inspired by the works of Émile Zola.