Andrés Felipe Solano (Bogotá, 1977). Solano is the author of the novels Sálvame, Joe Luois (2007), Los hermanos Cuervo (2013) and Cementerios de neón (2016), as well as the non-fiction books Salario mínimo, vivir con nada (2015), Corea: apuntes desde la cuerda floja (2015), which was awarded with the Biblioteca de Narrativa Colombiana Award and was a finalist in the Bucheon Diaspora Literary Award in 2021; and Los días de la fiebre (2020). In 2010, the English magazine Granta chose him as one of the 22 best young narrators in the Spanish language. He has published articles and short stories in The New York Times Magazine, McSweeney’s, Granta and Gatopardo, among others. In 2020 he was invited to take part in the 10th Busan Biennale of Art. He has resided in Seoul for a decade. His latest work is Gloria.