Yulieth Mora Garzón


Bogotá, 1992. Social communicator and journalist with a specialization in Narrative Creation from Universidad Central. In 2018 she received the District Short Story Award City of Bogota (2018) for her short story ‘Nada está pasando’. In 2017 she was awarded Honorable Mention in the National Contest of Children’s and Youth Literature (2017) for her book of short stories La Mara. In the same year her short story “Perro Negro” was awarded Honorable Mention in the 2017 Relata Short Story Contest and Brown University’s poetry magazine, Purple Ink, published her poem “Last Word”. In 2015 his poem “Calle 45” was published in El Malpensante magazine. In 2013 the magazine Etcétera of Ambidiestro Editorial published his poem “Los perseguidos” in the edition on phobias and filias and in 2012 his short story “Accidentes pasajeros” won second place in the IV version of the Bogotanadas Short Story Contest, organized by Libros y Letras; He has collaborated in Revista Arcadia, El Tiempo, Bacánika, La Caída, Sentiido.com, El Espectador, among others. Currently, she works for the Fundación para la Libertad de Prensa and the Instituto Amazónico de Investigaciones Científicas SINCHI, runs her digital agency Contenidos La Máquina and is co-founder of the project Vidas en Obra.

Yulieth will be in residence at Can Serrat during February 2022.