Eduardo RABASA

Eduardo Rabasa (Mexico City, 1978) studied Political Science at the UNAM, where he graduated with a thesis on the concept of power in the work of George Orwell. In 2002 he was one of the founding members of Editorial Sexto Piso, where he has worked as an editor ever since. For the last ten years he has written a weekly column for the newspaper Milenio and has translated books by authors such as George Orwell, Somerset Maugham, and Jarvis Cocker.

He is the author of the novels La suma de los ceros (Pepitas de calabaza, 2015), translated into English and French, Cinta negra (Pepitas de calabaza, 2017), translated into Italian and German, and the book of short stories El destino es un conejo que te da órdenes (Pepitas de calabaza, 2019). He has been selected as part of the anthologies México20 and Bogotá39 and has published reviews, chronicles and essays in publications such as Vice, Nexos, Revista de la Universidad, La Tempestad and several others. He is the composer and vocalist of the Mexican electrorock band, el gran otro.