José Salvador Ruiz

José Salvador Ruiz, a line-crossing writer of the noir border, is author of the essay collections Pájaros de cuentos. El cuento criminal bajacaliforniano y sus autores intelectuales (1982-2015) [Birds of stories: the Baja Californian crime story and its intellectual authors (1982-2015)] (2016), and Muertos en el tintero. La narrativa policiaca de Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz [Dead in the inkwell: the detective narrative of Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz] (2017). He is the author of the novels Nepantla P.I. (2014) and Hotel Chinesca (2018). He has published the books of short stories Hotel Kennedy (2016), Crímenes sueltos [Assorted crimes] (2017) Ni deis lugar al diablo  [Neither give place to the devil] (2017), and Lawless Border Towns (2018). He has been awarded the National Rafael Ramírez Heredia Short Story Prize, the State Literature Prize of Baja California in the categories of short story and essay, and the Regional City of La Paz Short Story Prize.


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