Ingrid Luna López is Visiting Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Spanish at Carleton College and Assistant Professor at Concordia College. Her research interests include Latin American film, literature, and visual culture of the 20th and 21st centuries. Her book project focuses on carnivals and popular festivities in the Andes. Work in this agenda has been published in Hispania, Cuadernos de Literatura, and Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana.
Óscar Daniel Campo (Barrancabermeja, Colombia, 1985) is a writer and professor. Días hábiles (2020), his first novel, was recently published in Spain and Colombia. In 2013, he won the Ciudad de Bogotá Award for the short story book Los aplausos (2014). He coordinated the writing and publication of two collective books of historical memory along with a grassroots organization: Vidas de historia: Una memoria literaria de la Organización Femenina Popular (2016) and Escrituras del desarraigo: Historias de vida, Floridablanca-Santander (2019). Since 2018, he has formed part of the Museum Advisory Committee of the Museo Casa de la Memoria de las Mujeres y de los Derechos Humanos. He formed part of the organizing committee of the third Feria Latinx del Libro (2019). He is also co-founder and editor of the independent publishing house Himpar Editores.