Rosa Beltrán is a Mexican writer, translator and academic, winner of the 1995 Planeta Prize for her novel La corte de los ilusos and UNAM’s 2011 Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz award. She is the author of works such as the short story collections Optimistas (2006), Amores que matan (1996), the books of essays Mantis: sentido y verdad en la cultura literaria posmoderna (2010) and América sin americanismos (1997), and the novels Efectos secundarios (Mondadori, 2011) and Alta infidelidad (Alfaguara, 2006). She has worked as assistant editor of La Jornada Semanal and UNAM’s literature director. Her latest book, El cuerpo expuesto (Alfaguara, 2013), is an ethical questioning of our current condition, based on Darwin’s theory of evolution.

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