Jacobo Cardona Echeverri (Medellín, Colombia, 1978) is an anthropologist and writer. He has been a social researcher, university professor, audiovisual producer, journalist and director of a theatre monologue. He has written for the magazines El Malpensante, Revista Universidad de Antioquia, Vice and Kinetoscopio. Jacobo has been granted with several awards in film script, poetry, essay, novel, short story. He is the author of the books of poetry Manufacturas, artefactos, cosas deshechas (First Prize IV National Poetry Competition, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Editorial UIS, Bucaramanga, 2013) and Medellín City Punk (Tragaluz Editores, Medellín, 2018), the essay Historia natural de los objetos insignificantes (Fondo Editorial FCSH, Medellín, 2015) and the novel Las vidas posibles (First Prize 14th Bienal Internacional de Novela José Eustasio Rivera, Editorial Gente Nueva, Bogotá, 2014). He currently lives in Montreal, Canada, where he has finished the writing of his new novel Los enemigos (The Enemies).
Los enemigos (The Enemies)
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