Sergio Ramírez (Nicaragua) is one of the most outstanding voices in Latin American literature. He has received, among other awards, the 1998 Alfaguara Novel Prize, the 2000 José María Arguedas Latin American Prize for Margarita, está linda la mar, the 2011 José Donoso Ibero-American Prize for Literature, the 2014 Carlos Fuentes International Prize and the 2017 Cervantes Prize. He was Vice-president of Nicaragua between 1985 and 1990 under President Daniel Ortega and is the founder of the Centroamérica Cuenta literary event. His latest work is entitled Tongolele no sabía bailar (2021), a book that concludes the trilogy of crime novels featuring Inspector Dolores Morales, set in the turbulent Nicaragua of the 21st century. He will talk to the editor of El País América, Jan Martínez Ahrens.