List of Spanish Dystopias

List of Spanish Dystopias

Diana Q Palardy

8/13/2017

I have created below a list of Spanish dystopias (according to my criteria for dystopias) and distopinas, a term that Miquel Codony uses to describe works that have “esa sustancia elusiva que condensa en sus moléculas la esencia de la distopía” (that elusive substance that condenses in its molecules the essence of dystopia). I have included works of fiction (including novels, short stories, films, plays and even one poetry collection) which either a literary critic, a publishing house, a journalist, a science fiction scholar/specialist, or I myself have labeled as adystopia. Since there is considerable debate as to what technically qualifies as a dystopia and I have not read or seen all of the works included, I have erred on the side of inclusiveness in compiling this list. The works span from 1804, when the first dystopia “El mundo sin vicios” by Cándido María Trigueros was published, until 2017, with the appearance of Ray Loriga’s Rendición, Felicidad Martínez’s Despertares, Luis Bustos’ graphic novel Puertadeluz, and the first episode of the much-anticipated, crowdfunded television series Distopía, known as the Black Mirror of Spain. In the list, the default genre for each title listed is narrative (novels or short stories), unless noted otherwise in parentheses after the title. For anthologies and collections, each short story is listed separately when I am able to offer specific information about it; otherwise, the entire anthology/collection is listed. It is important to note that no bibliography is perfect and I would greatly appreciate comments at spanishdystopias@gmail.com, especially regarding suggestions for additions, deletions and corrections. The database is a work in progress and it will continue to be updated and modified over time.

 

NumberYearTitleAuthorDescription
11804"El mundo sin vicios" in Mis pasatiempos, almacén de fruslerías agradables: Tomo IITrigueros, Cándido MaríaFirst Hispanic anti-utopia, according to Augusto Uribe. A Muslim philosopher discovers a world without vice, but it also lacks wisdom, the arts and intimate relationships, so he dislikes it.
21879"El futuro dictador" in El crimen de ayer y otros cuentosFernández Bremón, JoséBorderline dystopia (a plutocracy) in which a regime is ruled by a multimillionaire.
31886"Cuento futuro" - first in La opinión and then in El señor y lo demás, son cuentos in 1893Alas, Leopoldo (pseudonym Clarín)comical, farcical dystopia
41902"Un drama en el siglo XXI" in De la luna a mecanópolis , Nil Santiáñez-Tió, ed.Millán, CamiloFirst extensive Spanish dystopia, according to Mariano Martín Rodríguez; light-hearted, anti-capitalist
51902AmoríaLorenzo, Anselmo
61908"Cuento absurdo" in Los buitresVicente, Angeles
71909Sentimental ClubPérez de Ayala, Ramónprecursor to modern dystopia; against collectivism; patriarchal nostalgia
81911"La coronada villa tentacular" in Del presente, del pasado y del futuroGener, Pompeyo
91912"La verdad en la ilusión" In Cuentos futuristas (2000), Francisco Arellano, ed.Olmet, Luis Antón del has been called a precursor to Woody Allen's Sleeper
101913"Mecanópolis" in De la luna a mecanópolis, Nil Santiáñez-Tió, ed.Unamuno, Miguel de
111919"Un país extraño" in Blanco y negroCalvo Roselló, Miguel A.against technology; like 1984; reaction to Soviet Union; vigilance
121922"El misterioso asesino de Potestad"Porras, Antoniopolitical intrigue; a totalitarian, technologically advanced dystopia
131922El paraíso de las mujeresBlasco Ibáñez, VicenteA shipwrecked man ends up on an island dominated by tiny women, basically Lilliputians from Gulliver's Travels, but 2 centuries later.
141923CinelandiaGómez de la Serna, Ramón
151923El archipiélago maravilloso. Aventuras fantasmagóricasAraquistáin, Luismatriarchal dictatorship on an island; immortality is a curse; men are used only for sex
161924El tratado de HeligolandBravo, Julioanti-communist parable; criticism of Bolsheviks
171925La jirafa sagradaMadariaga, Salvador de
181926Náufragosdel Valle, Adrián
191929"En la caverna encantada"Salaverría, José Maríalost race dystopia
201930Millones entre redesValverde Gil, Antonioeconomic dystopia (perhaps a precursor to what is happening now)
211932El amor dentro de 200 añosMartínez Rizo, Alfonsopro-anarchism, open sexual relationships, leans more utopian than dystopian
221932Del éxodo al paraísoValentí, Salvioshortcomings of libertarian communism
231932La ciudad que no tenía mujeresPérez de Olaguer, Antonio
241935La isla de la PazMesa Ramos, José
251942El doradoBaroja, Ricardolost race dystopia
261950La bomba increíbleSalinas, Pedroconsidered a dystopian classic by many Spanish sci-fi scholars
271950"Futurama" in Antología de los BorrasesBorrás, Tomás
281958El futuro ha comenzadoRojas, Carlos
291965Construcción 53García-Viñó, M.
301967"Asfalto" in Un mundo sin luzBuiza, Carlos
311967La guerra de los dos mil añosGarcía Pavón, F.
321969"3 mitos en nuevos odres" in Antología de novelas de anticipación. Novena selección.Atienza, J.G.
331969"¿Dónde hay espacio?" in Antología de novelas de anticipación. Novena selección .García Lecha, L.
341969"Limpio, sano y justiciero" in Antología de novelas de anticipación. Novena selección.Atienza, J.G.
351969Parábola del náufragoDelibes, Migueldictatorship, vigilance, city vs. countryside; hedge grows uncontrollably
361969Las máquinasJarnés, E.
371969La ciudad sin hombresFranco, Jesús The leader of an all-female region wants to dominate the world.
381970"Cuando solo resta la muerte" in Nueva dimensión 14Vigil, Luis
391971El hombre y la mosca (play)Ruibal, Josédictatorship, vigilance, violence, pain, theater of the absurd; 2 men in a dome
401972"Notas del juicio de un elemento subversivo" in Antología social de ciencia ficción, Carlos Buiza, ed.Vigil, LuisAn old hippy is being tried by a robot judge and he is declared guilty of not spending enough money in his society obsessed with consumerism. The society is polluted, everyone is known as an "unidad económica" with a number.
411972"Visite España año 2000" in A ntología de novelas de anticipación XVIIAlvarez Villar, Alfonso
421972"Los chupópteros" in Antología de novelas de anticipación XVIILezcano, Francisco
431973El contrabandista de pájaros Burgos, Antonio
441973La TecnarquíaCampanna, Pablo
451974Los papeles de Ludwig JägerFerrer-Vidal, Jorge
461974Narraciones españolas de ciencia ficción (anthology)
471974Mecanoscrito del segundo origenPedrolo, Manuel depost apocalypse; now also a film (originally in Catalan)
481974Burocracia y tecnocraciaGarcía-Pelayo, M.
491974Escuela de mandarinesEspinosa, Miguelwell-known dystopia to Spanish sci-fi scholars; "negative utopia of fascist Spain" (Espinosa)
501975Largo retornoLazaga, PedroA woman has a serious disease and gets cryogenically frozen so that she can wake up when they have found a cure and be reunited with her partner. It doesn't work out as they planned.
511975Paraíso finalPlans, J.J.
521976Último deseoKlimovsky, LeónDescribed by Nicholas Schlegel as the Spanish "Omega Man" meets "Eyes Wide Shut". A group of rich businessmen are partying in a castle, a nuclear bomb explodes, everyone is blind in nearby villages. There's a group called "The People Who Owned the Dark."
531976Memorias de un futuro bárbaroJulió, Montserratmigration, depopulation, wastelands, gender, post-apocalypse, overdevelopment (originally in Catalan)
541978"La última lección sobre Cisneros"Bermúdez, GabrielPost-Francoism dystopian Spain
551980Zero Weather: A Future FantasySender, Ramón"psychic terrorists and the upcoming 1980's Ice Age" (Sender)
561981Futuro imperfecto (collection)Santos, Domingo
571981"Catarsis"Barceló, Elia
581982Si las mujeres mandaran (o mandasen)Palacio, José MaríaMatriarchal dicatorship; a man eventually decides to fight for freedom after falling in love
591983Tunka, el guerreroGómez Sáinz, Joaquín "In a barren land, a women-only tribe known as the Selenians rule. They are in war with the Tazaris, evil men." (IMDB)
601984La dama del glaç (diptych in Catalan)Fabregat, Rosagenetic engineering
611987De la urbanización de la urbeNavajas, Gonzalo
621989SagradaBarceló, Elia
631990TemblorMontero, Rosafantasy; migration, depopulation, wastelands, gender, post-apocalypse, overdevelopment
641991La luna quietaNegrete, Javier
651993Acción mutante (film)de la Iglesia, Alex disability, beauty, sexism
661993Salud mortalBermúdez, Gabrieldoctors rule, they want ignorant patients, dictatorship; well-known Spanish dystopia by sci-fi scholars
671994Consecuencias naturalesBarceló, Elia
681995La ciudad de los niños perdidos (co-production of France, Germany and Spain) Caro, Marc and Jean-Pierre JeunetA mad scientists captures kids to steal their dreams; surreal film
691995AtolladeroAibar, Óscar A post-apocalyptic western; lawless wastelands between cities; town called Atolladero ruled by a tyrant called the Judge
701995El gran defectoCuervo Alvarez, Joséfighting multinational companies (Fish and Meat corp)
711995La sombra cazadoradel Toro, Suso
721996La sonrisa del gato (available in English translation as Cat's Whirld )Martínez, RodolfoWinner of the 1996 Premio Ignotus; Known as Spain's first cyberpunk novel.
731997"Preservad la tierra"Vilches Palma, Joséecological concerns of extraterrestrials who use them as an excuse to invade Earth
741997Abre los ojos (film)Amenábar, Alejandro technology, inequality, hedonism, mimes, clones, rich white male privilege, cryogenic preservation
751998"El sueño de la razón"Boix, Armandolike Abre los ojos
761999Tokio ya no nos quiereLoriga, Ray a pharmaceutical sales rep becomes addicted to a memory-erasing drug and leads a hedonistic lifestyle; he meets the creator of the drug
771999"Tercer milenio: multinacional, energía y emigración" in Impactos en el tercer milenio, Juan José Aroz, ed.Cuervo Alvarez, Jose post industrial, multinational, energy
781999La mirada de las furiasNegrete, Javier
792000Vitro (play)Cabur, BeatrizBiogenetic dystopia
802000"El misterio de los orígenes"Arsenal, LeónNeanderthal community
812001First Date. Guión radiofónico (play)Cabur, Beatrizecological dystopia
822001Planeta HembraBustelo, Gabrielafeminism, essentialism, technology, gender
832001Clara y la penumbraSomoza, José Carlosconsumerism; painters use bodies of models as canvases that are displayed in museums/galleries
842002La ciudad invisibleDíaz Conde, Edmundo A scientist puts a chemical in the water supply that makes everyone invisible. He thinks he can create a just, anarchistic society in which men are not ruled by laws, politicians, work, etc.
852002"Frontera" in Globalización, Juan José Aroz, ed.Sánchez Carracedo, Fermínborder patrol officers capture undocumented immigrants crossing over and sell their organs for profit; won Premio Espiral CF 2001
862002El cortafuegosCofiño, Luis Angel
872002Sangre a borbotonesReig, Rafaelecology; Madrid under water, detective - Blade Runner style
882002Las hijas de TaraGallego, Lauraandroids, technology, people return to nature
892002Los años eternos (play)May, Ignacio
902002La zonaAguilera, Juan Miguel and Javier Negretezombie post-apocalypse; virus transmitted that causes workers to become submissive
912002Cinco días antesFernández Castrosín, Carlosdystopia set in Benidorm
922003Antología de la ciencia ficción española: 1982-2002 (anthology)Díez, Julián, ed.
932004Ronensbourgh (play)Cabur, Beatrizmetaphysical dystopia
942004Dos mil Madrid cincuenta y cuatroMiralles, SantiagoMadrid is being torn down and created to be a like it was in the 17th c.
952004FAQ (film)Atanes, Carlosdystopian matriarchy; women rule and men are oppressed
962004Hacia el teorema del punto fijoCuervo Alvarez, Joséeconomy controlled by media, Big Brother, accumulating knowledge
972004¿Escasez de petróleo? (anthology)Aroz, Juan José, ed.contest for stories about peak oil sci-fi
982005Cero absolutoFernández, Javiertechnology
992005Cazadores de luzCasariego, Nicolásconsumption; everyone is always a consumer and seller, every transaction is financial
1002006La hora fríaQuiroga, ElioA group of survivors of an apocalyptic war are in an underground bunker that is under surveillance.
1012006La ciudad del Gran ReyEsquivias, Oscar2nd part of a Dantesque trilogy, dystopian Burgos with human teeth as currency, compared with Calvino, Kafka
1022006El código secreto. El misterio de las Trescientas Holandesas.Sabaté, Jorge
1032006La alambrada de LeviFrías, Milagrosenvironment; science and technology control everything; race
1042006La gran necrópolisFerreras, Juan Ignacioconsumption; sacrifice self and money to worship the dead
1052006Franco. Una historia alternativa (anthology)Díez, Julián, ed.uchronias about what would have happened if Franco hadn't won the Civil War
1062007MetaversosBesa, Luisspeculation, virtual reality and second life;
1072007Perro muerto en tintorería: Los fuertes (play)Liddell, Angélica
1082008Neocracia (play)Almansa, Pilar G. political-capitalist dystopia
1092008Evolución (play)Tur, AinaBiogenetic dystopia
1102008Mano de Galaxia. I. Golconda II. HaladrielBermúdez, Gabriel
1112008"Mil euros por tu vida" in Futuros peligrososBarceló, Eliatechnology, inequality, immigration; wealthy older Spaniards transplant their consciousness into the bodies of impoverished Africans
1122008Las puertas de lo posible (collection)Merino, José María
1132008Switch in the RedVallejo, Susana
1142008El mapa del tiempo (book 1 of La triología victoriana )Palma, Félix J.famous Steampunk trilogy; book 2: El mapa del cielo (2012), book 3: El mapa del caos (2014)
1152009Los caminantesSisí, Carloszombie post-apocalypse
1162009Naturaleza muertaConde, Víctorpost-apocalypse, seeking causes for the downfall
1172009"Brígada Diógenes" in Prospectivas. Antología del cuento de ciencia ficción española actual, Fernando Ángel Moreno, ed.Muñoz Rengel, Juan Jacintolike Fahrenheit 451
1182010Eros. La superproducción de los afectosFernández Porta, Eloymaterialism, media, sex, reality shows; takes place in 2040 after the market collapses
1192010Maximum Shame (film)Atanes, Carlos
1202010Alba crommMora, Vicente Luis
1212010Los caminantes: NecrópolisSisí, Carloszombie post-apocalypse
1222010Los muertos (book 1 of the trilogy Las huellas)Carrión, Jorgepeople like immigrants are without identities and pay money to discover them; metafictional
1232010RecalibradosSantos, Antoniogenetic modification
1242011Futuro 10.0 (play)Iglesias, Olga and Alvaro Tatohumorous dystopia
1252011Clonación (play)Guillamón, EvaBiogenetic dystopia
1262011El adepto de la reina (available in English translation as The Queen's Adept )Martínez, RodolfoA mix of genres: spy novel, space opera, fantasy, a touch of dystopia
1272011Dorian StarkBrito Delgado, AlexisCross between Blade Runner and "En el ático"
1282011El salario del giganteArdillo, Joséecology, ecofascism, greed, income inequality
1292011Lágrimas en la lluviaMontero, Rosaecology, income/social inequality, clones, consumerism, globalization; detective dystopia;
1302011Oxford 7Tusset, Pablo
1312011La jaulaSerrano, Javierdesert, Panopticon
1322011Apocalipsis Z: Los días oscurosLoureiro, Manelzombie post-apocalypse
1332011Apocalipsis Z: La ira de los justosLoureiro, Manelzombie post-apocalypse
1342011Eva (film)Maíllo, Kiketechnology, robots, AI
1352011Los templos de SyrixCabo, Miguel Angelperfect harmony because of complete control; based on Rush song
1362011Fugacidades distópicas (collection)Romero Ruiz de Castro, Jaimeshort stories about dystopia and death; human cruelty
1372011Ciudad sin estrellasde Paz, Montsenuclear post apocalypse, class and industry segregation, only rich can fly, underground cities; won Premio Minotauro 2011
13820122123: El año de MoebiusAluart, Angel de
1392012Gerotron 2050Ibarrondo, Juana pharmaceutical megacorporation deliberately spreads a disease so that it can sell the drugs to cure it
1402012"Las islas" (first part of the poetry collection La nave)Barragán, José Pablodystopian poems, one similar to Nineteen Eighty-Four
1412012CenitalBueso, Emilioecovillage trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic, peak-oil society; won Premio Celsius 2013
1422012MetanoiaArroyo Merino, Dioni
1432012Ultimos días en el puesto del esteFallarás, Cristinapost-apocalypse; religious fanatics take over; resistance
1442012Distopías de ayer y mañana (collection)Blanco Claraco, Tomás
1452012"Arizona" (play)Rubio, Juan Carlosvigilante justice on the border between the US and Mexico; tragicomedy
1462012TaksimSardá, Juanconsumerism and technology rule supreme
1472012Crónicas de la distopía (collection)Valenzuela Real, Víctor M.
1482013IntemperieCarrasco, JesúsDrought and violence have taken over a country.
1492013"La textura de las palabras" in Terra Nova Vol. 2Martínez, Felicidadseparation of the sexes, finalist for the Premio Ignotus 2013
1502013Un futuro sin másTuriel, Antonioecological concerns
1512013La repoblaciónArdillo, José
1522013EnlazadosGarcía Miranda, Carlosjuvenile dystopia
15320132020Moreno, Javierpeople living in abandoned airplanes, a lot of "anti-sistema" people
1542013Los últimos días (film)Pastor, Alex and Davidpost-apocalypse, diversity, greed, work; everyone suddenly experiences fatal panic attacks when they go outside and it's the apocalypse
1552013AnderBri, AbelCyberpunk dystopia, post-industrial, catastrophic literature, trained killers
1562013Con todo el odio de nuestro corazónCámara, Fernando3 disenfranchised people plotting to murder a corrupt politician implicated in the financial crisis; middle class living in shanty towns, won the XVI Premio F. García Pavón de Novela
1572013Crónicas de ciudad felizAlmira Picazo, Carlosliving in a dome, outside the dome is a toxic atmosphere, bad people are deported
1582013El enigma de Nora. Luminantes.Roca, Ibán
1592013En la isla del petirrojoMagunazelaia, Josune
1602013La peixeraGràcia Clotet, Maiol de
1612013The Legistand’sCaballé Bayo, Alejandro
1622014InerciaGarcía, Ariadna G.Spain is about to elect a neofascist party to power. There are few public services. Conflicts unfold in an international airport.
1632014El arca de NoéAliaga, Adán y David ValeroIt's the year 2020 and there's a global crisis. 2 security guards at a factory are fired and they decide to create a machine to travel to other worlds.
1642014Toda una vida (play)Buero, Antoniaecological dystopia
1652014The Seer. Tragedia en dos actos y un sueño (play)Viñolo, Carmenpolitical-capitalist dystopia
1662014"El error" (originally publised in 2009) in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Montero, Rosa clones, identity awareness, social class, exclusion, ecological segregation
1672014"Instrucciones para cambiar el mundo" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Palma, Félix J.pointless rules that can't be questioned; inefficiency institutionalized
1682014"We Kids" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Gallego, Lauratechnology, fame, social media
1692014"Al garete" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Bueso, Emilioecological disaster, post-apocalypse, water everywhere, battle for resources
1702014"2084. Después de la revolución" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Barceló, Eliaecovillage, fertility, gender roles, segregation, class divide,
1712014"Limpieza de sangre" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Aguilera, Juan MiguelIslamic dictatorship meets the Ebola crisis
1722014"Camp century" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Pastor, Marcpost-apocalypse, resources, post-human, disease, dehumanization, "readers"
1732014"En el ático" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Martínez, Rodolfodifferent social classes live on different levels (society is hierarchical), segregation, a female clone kills other clones
1742014"La inteligencia definitiva" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Merino, José Maríacell phones, technology, luddites, artificial intelligence, source of humanity
1752014"Gracia" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Vallejo, Susanapost-apocalypse, midwife, selling babies of the poor for profit
1762014"Colapso" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Muñoz Rengel, Juan Jacintowhat happens when hackers mess with chips in people and they go berserk
1772014"Los centinelas del tiempo" in Mañana todavía (Not all of the stories in this anthology are dystopias)Negrete, Javiercriticizing a society that is too politically correct, like Fahrenheit 451
1782014"Techt" in Alucinadas: Antología de relatos de ciencia ficción escrita por mujeres, Jurado, Cristina and Leticia Lara, eds.Sofía Rhei
1792014"El fin del capitalismo: el principio del fin"Jiménez Cantón, Guillermostory in an anthology about the end of capitalism; finalist in the contest
1802014La ciudad verticalTorras de Ugarte, Javiervertical city; stratified according to purity of blood
1812014Los huérfanosCarrión, Jorge2nd book of his trilogy Las huellas; a group of survivors of World War III has been living for 13 years in a bunker in Peiking; a crazy guy threatens the harmony of the community
1822014Sueñan los androides (film)de Sosa, Ionhousing/economic/ecological crisis, generation, dehumanizing work, Blade Runner in Benidorm
1832014Mayhem IIñaki Sendinocomic dystopia, series
1842014KarakMelendi
1852014NosexoPérez Mulet, Eduardosci-fi about no sex or love in the future
1862014Automata (film)Ibáñez, Gaberobots, wastelands caused by ecological decay, cyberpunk
1872014Los días grisesMínguez, Sergio Alonsopathogen transmitted by money, post apocalyptic; on my Kindle
1882014Torrente 5: Eurovegas (film)Segura, Santiago
1892014La reconversión humanaMartínez, Angel Falcón
1902014Segundo origen (film)Porta, Carlesbased on Mecanoscrito del segundo origen by Pedrolo from 1974
1912014La revolución de los ángeles (novel in 2014, film in 2015)Silvestre Grau, Javier and Clavell Montplet, Oriola trend develops of terminally-ill, lower to middle-class people killing off corrupt politicians
1922014Los últimosMárquez, Juan Carlospost-apocalyptic dystopia
1932014"Gira, gira" in Historia y antología de ciencia ficción española , Díez, Julián, ed. Santos, Domingo
1942014"Quercarrán" in Dulces dieciséis y otros relatosVaquerizo, Eduardocontrolling the brain with drugs
1952014Un minuto antes en la oscuridadMartínez Biurrun, Ismaelpost-apocalypse
19620141938Montalvo, Jesus
1972014Zona prohibidaCirici, Davidpremio Ramon Muntaner in 2013
1982014El imperio de YegorovMoyano, Manuelfinalist for the Premio Herralde
1992014Garden. El jardín del fin del mundoRomero, Emma
2002014Barcelona no existeCastillo, David
2012014No serás nadieGonzález Ortiz, Alberto
2022014Barcelona Roman Steampunk. Libro 1Valor Montero, J. and Laura Llimós
2032014Mujer sin hijoDíaz, Jenn
2042014Tu viaje a irlandaCora, David dea world dominated by women, but men can still have rights in Ireland; won the Premio Joven de Narrativa from Universidad Complutense de Madrid
2052014SpartanaGómez Cadenas, Juan José
2062015El peso del corazón. El regreso de Bruna HuskyMontero, RosaThe 2nd book that follows Lágrimas de la lluvia. Borderline dystopia.
2072015Proyecto LázaroGil, MateoMan resuscitated from cryonization.
2082015Banqueros vs. Zombies. El juego de los mercados (play)Almansa, Pilar G., Dolores Garaylade, and Ignacio García MayPolitical-capitalist dystopia, interactive theater
2092015DiluvioPona, Nicolas and Jesús Herváspost-apocalyptic dystopian graphic novel with a French writer and Spanish artist
2102015Los turistasCarrión, Jorgethird book of his trilogy Las huellas
2112015Cryptshow presenta: distopía (anthology)González, David, Benedito Tejera, Jaume, Rueda, Lluis, and Mateo, Mónica, eds.collection - produced in Catalunya
2122015Los que sueñanQuiroga, Elio
2132015Nos mientenVaquerizo, Eduardo inequality, corporate control, called the dystopia of the 15-M movement, won Premio Celsius
2142015Fanhunter Essential (graphic novel)Piñol, Cels
2152015LuznovaArrarás Arratibel, Antoniosci fi and dystopia
2162015Quasar: Antología hard sf (anthology)Valenzuela Real, Víctor M., ed.
2172015Las aventuras de Ritlodeo: de la utopía a la distopíaGarcía Rodríguez, Francisco M.
2182015Luces y espectrosDato Ruiz, Juan Manuel
2192015Vulcania (film)Skaf, José
2202015No estoy aquí ahoraGonzález, David
2212015Una utopía, por favor (anthology)Proyecto Homocrisisfinalists of a writing contest
2222015Res no es realGálvez, David
2232015FractalCordones, Damián
2242015De acero y escamasGonzález Mesa, Juan
2252015KhimeraPérez Gellida, César
2262016El ojo de DiosLuna, David
2272016En el futuro vivíamos mejor: Madrid 2054 D.C.Martínez Conesa, AntonioNations dissolve. Everyone is divided into 2 groups: those in power and those who receive benefits from the state and stability. Everything seems perfect, but it's not.
2282016Fractura: Una novela greenpunkArroyo, DioniA fracking, ecological dystopia.
2292016Madrid: FronteraLlorente, Davideconomic crisis, the lives of the precariat, fantastical version of Madrid with a body of water on the outskirts and sirens luring people to their deaths
2302016"The Ravisher, The Thief" In Barcelona Tales , Whates, Ian (George), ed.Womack, Marianstories written originally in English
2312016El sistemaMenéndez Salmóna sentinel turns into the object of observation, he loses his mind and is sent to a Sleep Academy and given drugs, his group is overtaken by rebels and he is taken on an aimless journey with them, they seek prototypes for a second genesis; won Biblioteca breve award
2322016Escuadrón 17Nexxuzyoung adult fiction
2332016Los huéspedesPujante, Pedrorural dystopia
2342016Sueños de acero y neónWild, Jordicyberpunk, corporate control, young adult fiction, post apocalyptic
2352016La redención (play)Merino, Analove and jealousy in a plant where there is toxic waste; ecological dystopia
2362016Días para morir en el paraísoMolina, Jaime
2372016I.D. (graphic novel)Ríos, Emmaa dystopia about full body transplants; philosophical reflection on identity
2382016Alucinadas II: Antología de relatos de ciencia ficción escrita por mujeres (anthology)Antuña, Sara and Ana Díaz Eiriz
2392016Muerto el solMartín Echarri, Miguel
2402017Éxodo (o cómo salvar a la reina)Luna, DavidInhabitants of a mysterious planet are evolving as a species. Climate change forces them to leave. There is a beehive metaphor. Dehumanization is pervasive. Winner of the UPC award in 2016.
24120172065Gallardo, José Miguelecological dysotpia; global warming
2422017Dos mil noventa y seisSánchez, Ginés
2432017El palacio de PetkoSilva, Lorenzo and Noemí TrujilloEnergy crisis in a world dominated by virtual reality. Young adult novel.
24420172222Pérez López, SalvadorThere's overpopulation. The main characters live in a house in the countryside at the margins of society.
2452017Quasar 2: Antología Ci.FiValenzuela, Víctor M.
2462017La vida de los clonesEspigado, MiguelHumans create clones for fun, but things change when they are given freedom.
2472017RendiciónLoriga, Raywon Premio Alfaguara de Novela, dystopia about transparency and privacy
2482017Puertadeluz (graphic novel)Bustos, Luispost apocalyptic graphic novel with a touch of dystopia; each neighbor in a run-down neighborhood has to contribute their skills to their neighborhood association; mostly focused on a rebellious, bored teenager who is upset her mother left their family and is being pursued by an android after she has an accident in an abandoned mall
2492017Distopía (television series)Serra, Koldotv series on FilmIn - 1 episode released, called the "Black Mirror" of Spain, crowdfunded
2502017TuristiaRodríguez Burón, PabloImagine if all of Spain were entirely in the hands of a corporation and its only purpose was to benefit tourists.
2512017DespertaresMartínez, Felicidad
2522017Mañana cruzaremos el GangesOrtega, Ekaitz
2532017El futuro que hicimosEslava, Oscarimagining what would happen if the ideals of 15-m were brought to fruition; utopian undertones
2542018Los cinco estigmas del éterMurón, Antonio César