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About the Author
Jorge Enrique is a Cuban novelist and short story writer. He is also the editor of the magazine El cuentero and the publishing house Caja China of the Onelio Jorge Cardoso Literary Training Center. Formerly a biochemist at the University of Havana, he quit the biosciences right after graduating with honors for pursuing a career as a writer. His stories have appeared in anthologies and magazines in Cuba and abroad. His story "Bitches" was published in McSweeney's 46: Thirteen Crime Stories from Latin America and his story "Epílogo con superhéroe y Fidel" appeared in the anthology Cuba in Splinters: Eleven Stories from the New Cuba (OR Books, 2014).
Lourdes Molina teaches Spanish language and Spanish and Spanish American literature at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. She received her Ph. D. from the University of Texas at Dallas in 20th-century Latin American literature and history, focusing on Cuban studies and literary translation.