José Bianco (1908-1986) was editor of the South magazine from 1938-1961, the years of greatest splendor of the famous publication. Then he led the "Genio" collection for University Press of Buenos Aires, Eudeba. When the military dictatorship of Onganía intervened University in 1966, Bianco resigned.
It was also a great translator. In 1932 he published The Little Gyaros, a collection of stories that was followed by two nouvelles, in the early forties: Shadows and usually dresses Rats characterized as Borges, for his "rich, voluntary ambiguity." More than two decades later released, surprisingly, the loss of the kingdom, a major work of literature in Spanish language. He also wrote numerous essays, some of which were collected in the book Fiction and reflection