(Ilo, 1990) Writer, illustrator and cultural journalist. He studied Literature and Linguistics at the UNSA. In 2014 he won the UNSA’s Juegos Florales Competition in the Short Story category. In 2016 he was recognized as a Literary Promise in the La Voz Interior, Young Fiction Writers’ Competition organized by PUCP. In 2017 he won the National Literature Prize in the Children’s and Young Adult Short Story category. He has published a series of stories, Falsos Cuentos, made up of Air-Max 180 (Aletheya, 2015), Taca-Taca (Aletheya 2015), Chicito (Aletheya, 2016) and ¿Qué carajo es el amor? (Aletheya, 2016), partially compiled in the collection Falsos Cuentos: La primera vez que alguien te habló de mí (Aletheya, 2017). His most recent book of short stories is entitled Peruanos de segunda mano. In it he explores new forms of telling stories in contemporary Peru, with a cruder and more visceral viewpoint that blends black humour and horror in a way that is both entertaining and disquieting.