Elisa Fuenzalida: (Niger, 1978) born to a Peruvian priest and an unknown mother. She lived on the streets, living off of buying and selling animals and preaching Islam until 1990, the year she gained full conscious of her origins. After a small stay in the hall of minors – known as Pipi – of the Inezgane prison in Morocco, she was liberated due to a legal confusion related to homonymous names. She moved to Casablanca, where she started studying Hispanic philology on her own. In 1996 she started writing the poems that will compose Perro Cerdo Paraíso (Dog Pig Paradise), a work that almost gained her a public lynching. None of the 200 hand made sheets that made the book have been saved. In the year 1997 she contacted her father and both of them moved to Madrid. Months later the priest took his life, leaving her as the sole heiress of the world’s most complete collection of beetles. The writer took her pseudonym from the enigmatic inscription written on the insects’ boxes “Nosotros lo sentimos todo” (which could mean “We are sorry for everything” or “We feel everything). She had published the collection of Unreal stories. She currently lives in Madrid, where she edits the narrative collection of Papel de Fumar Ediciones, produces the city’s most radical (but elegant) parties and collaborates with CSA La Tabacalera.