Guillermo Fadanelli is an award-winning author based in Mexico City. To date he has published nine novels, seven short-story collections, and eight non-fiction works. Fadanelli’s work is highly-regarded both in Mexico itself and by the Spanish-speaking literary community. Lauded as one of the key proponents of Mexican ‘dirty realism’, Fadanelli’s writing is often compared with the low rent tragedies of Raymond Carver and Charles Bukowski.