Spanish author Julian Rios writes fiction in the postmodernist genre. Postmodern literature is typically characterized as writing published after World War II that differentiates itself from the preceding modernist literature.
Among its other defining features, postmodern writings do not always conclude with a tidy ending, as was typical with other writing styles predating it.
The majority of Julian Rios' work is written in Spanish but is available in English translation through most major booksellers both online and in traditional venues worldwide. His fictional works have been reviewed by major players in the publishing industry, including Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews and Booklist.