Nuria Barrios (born 1962) is a Spanish writer. She was born in Madrid. Her work spans genres, including both fiction and non-fiction.
Her poetry collection El hilo de agua (Algaida, 2004) won the Premio Ateneo de Sevilla. Among her other works are the short story collections Amores patológicos (Ediciones B, 1998 / Punto de Lectura, 2002) and El zoo sentimental (Alfaguara, 2000 / Punto de Lectura, 2002). She has also written a travel book titled Balearia (Plaza y Janés, 2000). Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies. She has been translated into Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian and Esperanto. She contributes regularly to Babelia, the literary supplement of El País.
Following the success of her novel El alfabeto de los pájaros (Seix Barral, 2011), she published another book of poems Nostalgia de Odiseo (Vandalia, 2012). Her latest work is the short story collection Ocho centímetros (Páginas de Espuma, 2015).
El alfabeto de los pájaros
Nostalgia de Odiseo
El zoo sentimental
El hilo de agua