(Buenos Aires, 1948) is a writer, journalist and university professor. Between 1974 and 1993 he lived in Peru, Costa Rica, Mexico, United States, Spain, Italy and Canada. In Canada, he was a translator and assistant in programs to help Latin American refugees of the Argenta Society of Friends (Quakers) and founding member of a rural community in the forests of the Rocky Mountains. He also received scholarships to develop research projects on aboriginal narratives, minorities and the media. He wrote and collaborated in various media, among which can be mentioned Crisis, Pigs and Fish, El Porteño, Mutantia, Self, Page / 30, Ñ, The eye owl, Lot, The Hand, The Letter A and in the newspapers Profile, Page / 12, El Independiente and El Mundo. He is currently professor of the Annual Journalism Orientation Workshop at the Faculty of Social Sciences (UBA), and teaches particular courses in literature. He published, among others, the books Correrías de un infiel, Sobre Sánchez and Pigs and Buenosaurs.