Fernando De Rojas was a Castilian author about whom little information is known. Fernando de Rojas is known for writing La Celestina (originally titled Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea) in 1499. It describes a tragic love affair, and is seen as the beginning of Spain's literary Renaissance. Although the work was published anonymously, the author revealed his name and famous birthplace in an acrostic code at the beginning of the second edition in the year 1500. No other work is known by him, nor is he mentioned by any of his contemporaries.