Alberto Fuguet is a writer and filmmaker. He is author of the novels Mala Onda, Enrique Alekán, Tinta roja, Las películas de mi vida, Missing (una investigación), No Ficción, and Sudor, among others. He coedited the anthologies Cuentos con Walkman and McOndo with Sergio Gómez, and Se habla español with Edmundo Paz Soldán. He has published the hybrid books VHS and Despachos del fin del mundo, as well as edited the “autobiography” of Andrés Caicedo, Mi cuerpo es una celda, and Todo no es suficiente, a profile/chronicle of the writer Gustavo Escanlar. He was selected by Time/CNN as one of the Latin American leaders of the twenty-first century and appeared on the cover of Newsweek. His films include Se arrienda, Velódromo, Música campesina, Invierno, and Cola de mono. He recently directed the documentary Todo a la vez and the collage Un nuevo estilo de baile on the new wave parties of Santiago in the eighties.