Carlos Fonseca is a Costa Rican-Puerto Rican writer, born in 1987. He is the author of the novels Coronel Lágrimas (Anagrama 2015), published recently in English by Restless Books with the same title, and Museo Animal (Anagrama 2017). He was chosen during the last Guadalajara Book Fair as part of the Ochenteros programme, which is a selection of twenty promising writers born during the 1980s. He has contributed to publications such as The Guardian, Letras Libres, BOMB Magazine, Quimera and Otra Parte. His stories have been included in anthologies such as Estados Hispanos de América (Sudaquia 2016) and Organismos (Sed, 2017), and have been translated into English, French and German. He currently lives in London and lectures in Latin American Literature at Cambridge University.
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