Tomas Sanchez Bellocchio was born in 1981 in Buenos Aires. He is a publicist and screenwriter and lives between Mexico City, Buenos Aires, and Barcelona. For more than ten years, he participated in the literary workshop of the poet and essayist Javier Adúriz. In 2011, he completed his master’s degree in Literary Creation from the Pompeu Fabra University, a pioneering experience in the Spanish language, with professors such as Juan Villoro, Jorge Carrión, and Juan Antonio Masoliver Ródenas. In 2013, he participated in Emergencias, an anthology of stories by twelve young storytellers from Spain and Latin America. He writes stories, essays, and chronicles in various publications, such as Suelta, El Malpensante, Picnic, and Literofilia. In 2015, he published his first collection of stories, Familias de Cereal (Candaya Publishing House).