Enrique Serna

Enrique Serna began his career as a writer for popular Mexican soap operas (telenovelas) in the 1990s.  He moved on to publish several novels, among them El miedo a los animales, El seductor de la patria (Mazatlán Prize), Ángeles del abismo (Colima Prize), and La sangre erguida (Antonin Artaud Prize); as well as collections of short stories such as Amores de segunda mano (where “The Last Visit” is found).  Gabriel García Márquez called Serna one of Mexico’s best short-story writers.  Additionally, the author has published three books of essays and writes a monthly article for the literary magazine, Letras libres.


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