Born in Santiago, Chile in 1953.
Bolaño was one of Latin America’s foremost contemporary authors.
He lived a nomadic existence in his youth, living at different times in Chile, Mexico (working there as a journalist at age 15), El Salvador, France and Spain, where he took on a number of humble jobs such as dishwasher, security guard and garbage collector.
A Spanish writer and journalist born in Jerez de la Frontera in 1966.
Bonilla’s first book, Veinticinco años de éxitos, published in 1993, is a compilation of his best journalistic articles. That same year, Bonilla published Minifundios, his first book of short stories and in 1994 he released El que apaga la luz