Fabio Morábito (1955) is the author of three books of poetry: vacant Lots (FCE, 1985), which won the Carlos Pellicer prize that year round Monday (Joaquín Mortiz, 1992), which won the award in Aguascalientes 1991, and lava Someone (Era, 2002). The three are grouped together in the volume The wave returning (FCE, 2006).
He has written three books of short stories, The Slow Down (1989), Orderly Life (2000), and crack fatigue (2006), the latter winner of narrative Antonin Artaud in 2006, all published by Tusquets and two books of prose, Toolbox (FCE, 1989) and also forgets Berlin (Tusquets, 2004).
He has published a novel, Emilio, jokes and death (Anagram, 2009), and a short novel for children, When the Panthers were not black (Siruela, 1996). He is the author of a book of essays, The shepherds without sheep (The Tightrope Walker, 1995). He translated the complete poetry of Eugenio Montale, published in Spain in 2006 Galaxia Gutenberg-Readers Circle and the Aminta of Torquato Tasso (UNAM, 2001). He has lived long periods abroad and several of his books have been translated into German, English, French, Portuguese and Italian.