Born in San José, Costa Rica, Carlos Fonseca was named one of Bogotá39’s Latin American writers under 40. He is the author of the novels Colonel Lágrimas (2014) and Natural History (2017), and of the book of essays, La lucidez del miope (2017), which won the National Prize for Literature in Costa Rica. He teaches at Trinity College, Cambridge, and lives in London.
“One Thinks Through Fictions”: A Conversation with Carlos Fonseca
A major Latin American novelist discusses the archive undergirding his newly translated novel “Natural History.”...