Daniel Krauze (Mexico City, 1982) is an author and screenplay writer. He studied Communication at the Ibero-American University and did a Master’s in Dramatic Writing at New York University. As well as working as a writer for television, he has written two books of short stories: Cuervos (2007) and Fiebre (2010), both published by Planeta. His first novel, Fallas de origen, won the 2012 Letras Nuevas Prize. Tenebra is his second novel.