Juan Pablo Roncone

Juan Pablo Roncone was born in Arica, Chile, in 1982, and moved to Santiago at the age of nineteen. In 2007 he won the Roberto Bolaño Young Writers Award with an unpublished novel, Los días finales – an award previously won by Diego Zúñiga and Antonio Díaz Oliva. In 2011 he published his first collection of short stories, Hermano ciervo (Editorial Los Libros Que Leo, 2011; Fiordo Editorial, 2012; Marbot Ediciones, 2013; Sudaquia Editores, 2013; and Laurel Editores, 2014 and 2016), which won the prestigious Santiago Municipal Literature Prize and which led to him being chosen as one of the 2017 Bogotá39 – Latin America’s best fiction writers under forty.


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