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Elena Pita (Ares, Spain; September 1962) is a writer and journalist. She is the author of the novels 'No amarás a tu madre' and 'Amor sin decir Amalia'; collection of interviews 'El bello oficio de hacerse viejo' and 'El oficio de amar', as well as several stories published in literary anthologies. In 1989 she was a member of the founding team of the daily 'El Mundo', now the second largest printed and first largest digital newspaper in Spain, where she began as one of the editors of the first International Policy Desk, then became editor of the Literary Supplement. She ultimately found her niche in the interview format for which she is now known. Ms. Pita studied Journalism at the Complutense University of Madrid and has done residencies in several European universities.