Diego Fonseca (Argentina, 1970) is a journalist and has a BA in Communication from the National University of Córdoba. He has done graduate studies at the IE Business School (Spain), Georgetown University (Washington) and the INCAE Business School (Costa Rica). He has worked as an associated editor of Etiqueta Negra, as the director of AmericaEconomía, as a teacher and as a journalist in radio, television and written press. Among his most representative works are: the non-fiction book Joseph Stiglitz Stops the Time and the short story books South Beach and El Último Comunista de Miami. A great part of his work has been translated into English and Portuguese. El Azar y los Héroes is his third short story collection.
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