Ángel Luis Sucasas
Ángel Luis Sucasas was born in Pontevedra in 1984, and is a writer, journalist and translator. He is the features editor for technology and gaming of the newspaper El País, and he is also the chief editor of the magazine El País Tecnología. He has published three novels: Hamelín (23 Escalones, 2011), El encuentro (NGC Ficción!, 2011) and Savanna (Palabras de Agua, 2014). His short fiction has been collected in Áireán (Sportula, 2013) and La tercera cara de la luna (Ediciones Nevsky, 2014). He has been selected for the Premios Nocte twice, and his short story, The farewell, was selected for an international anthology published by the World Fantasy Convention. Moon Scars is a selection of his short fiction, plus a novella.
PUBLICATIONS WITH NEVSKY BOOKS:
Moon Scars (Nevsky Books, 2016)
In his stories, in which high literature meets video games and comics, and where Tarantino runs alongside the geometric nightmares dreamt up by Lovecraft, Ángel Luis Sucasas goes against the flow of conventional fantasy and offers us the heightened vision of a powerful and singular imagination. Werewolves, revenge, unexpected love, and dystopian societies in which Peter Pan rubs shoulders with The Walking Dead, this collection illuminates new worlds of fantastic reach, daring us to travel beyond our comfort zones.