Rodrigo Blanco Calderón (Caracas, Venezuela, 1981) is a writer, editor and university lecturer. He completed a doctorate in linguistics and literature at Paris XIII University. He has received various awards for his stories. In 2007 he was invited to join the Bogotá39 group, which brings together the best Latin American narrators under thirty-nine years old. With his first novel, The Night, he won the 2016 Paris Rive Gauche Prize, the Critics Award in Venezuela and the 2019 Mario Vargas Llosa Biennial Prize. He currently lives in Malaga, Spain.
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