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Ulises Juárez Polanco

(Managua, Nicaragua, 1984). Author of three short stories collections, including Los días felices (Costa Rica: Uruk editores, 2011). Among other anthologies in Mexico, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Cuba and Spain, he is one of only two authors in both volumes of the Antología de la novísima narrativa breve hispanoamericana, which reunites “the most promising fiction writers under 27 years”. In 2009 he lived in Mexico as a writer in residence, invited by the Mexican government. He was named in 2011 as one of The 25 best kept secrets in Latin America by the Guadalajara International Book Fair (“25 voices and languages to decipher, today, Latin America”). [+]