Dolores Soler-Espiauba Conesa (born Cartagena, Spain, 1935) is a Spanish writer, winning awards for her novels.
Having studied German and Spanish Philology at the Complutense University of Madrid, Soler-Esiauba began work as a teacher in Portugal, France and Poland. In 1974 she moved to Brussels, Belgium, where she worked as a translator and teacher for the European Union.
Her first novel, Los Canardos, was published late in 1987, for which she received the Premio Felipe Trigo. Later she would win the same prize for Woman with a Landscape of Rain (Mujer con paisaje de lluvia) in 1988.
Soler-Espiauba has also received the Premio Andalucía de Novela for Sister Ana, What Do You See?, the Premio Azorín in 1991, the Premio Café Gijón in 1992 and the Premio Gabriel Miró de Cuentos in 2007 for The Tomb of King Baltasar.