Born in Colombia, Julián Esteban Torres López immigrated to New Hampshire, U.S.A., when he was eight-years-old. Having also lived in Japan, Chile, and Canada, he identifies as a cultural hybrid. He attributes much of style to his numerous cultural experiences, his fear of forgetting, people and nature watching, and the traumas of the human condition.
Torres López's work has been inspired by Charles Simic, Friedrich Nietzsche, Wayson Choy, and Spanish-language authors, such as Federico García Lorca, Jorge Luis Borges, Octavio Paz, Pablo Neruda, and Gabriel García Márquez.
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About the Author
Torres López has worked with publications, historical societies, cultural and research institutions, and individuals, and has held leadership positions in the academe, the arts, journals, the business sector, and history museums. He is currently dedicating his time to writing and editing.