Santiago Gamboa, Bogota, 1965, is unquestionably one of the figures in new Latin American fiction that has had the most impact on the international literary scene. He studied literature in Bogotá, Hispanic Philology in Madrid and Cuban literature at the Sorbonne in Paris. His debut as novelist came with the publication of Turned Pages (1995), making a name for himself as one of the most innovative voices working in new Colombian fiction. His works have been translated into more than ten languages. Last title in Spanish: A house in Bogota, 2014. Last title in English: Night prayers, Europa Editions, New York, 2016.