Claudia Ulloa Donoso
Claudia Ulloa Donoso is a Peruvian fiction writer living in Bødo, Norway. She is the author of the story collections EL PEZ QUE APRENDIÓ A CAMINAR, SÉPTIMA MADRUGADA, and PAJARITO, which has been published in Chile, Colombia, France, Mexico, Perú and Spain. Her stories have been widely anthologized, and in 2018 she was named one of the Hay Festival's 39 best Latin American writers under 40. Claudia lives in Norway, where she works as a teacher of Spanish and Norwegian for immigrants.
Lily Meyer is a writer, critic and translator from Washington, D.C. She’s a regular reviewer for NPR Books, and her work appears or is forthcoming in the Atlantic, Electric Literature, Longreads, the New Yorker, Tin House, and more. She won the Sewanee Review’s First Annual Fiction Contest, judged by Danielle Evans, and is a two-time fiction grant recipient from the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities.