General Editor

Felipe Acevedo


MA in Comparative Literature (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez) and currently studying a PhD in Literature at PUC. Among his research interests are Medicine and the Pathological in literature, Gender Studies, and Food Studies. He has worked as a textbook editor for Santillana and has participated in Comparative Literature seminars in both Chile and Argentina.

Web Management

Tamara Cubillos


Tamara studied English Literature and Linguistics at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Her main interests are related with Gender Studies and Critical Discourse Analysis, but she also enjoys genres such as horror and science fiction in literature and diverse mediums.


Javiera Sepúlveda


Javiera recently finished her major in English Literature and Linguistics and is currently doing a Masters degree in Translation at Facultad de Letras UC. Though she loves Literature (and as a bookworm she is always looking for something to read) her academic interests lie in the Linguistics part of her major, specifically Discourse Analysis and Translation. On a more personal level, she is very fond of yoga, trying new vegetarian and vegan recipes, watching films and drinking tea.


Florencia Roncone


Florencia Roncone is a student of English Literature and Linguistics at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Her main interests are Women’s Writing, Gender, and the 19th century. She is currently working on her BA thesis, focused on Ecofeminism in George Egerton’s work.


Carolina Osorio


Carolina is an English Literature and Linguistics student at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. Her main interests are Gender Studies and Indigenous Literatures, yet she also very interested in fiction works, specially in science fiction and cosmic horror.



Andrea Casals


Professor Andrea Casals’ special academic interests are ecocriticism or green cultural studies, poetry and children’s literature. Besides reading... in her spare time she enjoys yoga, trekking, family bonding and a coffee cup for warm conversations.



Allison Ramay

Professor Allison Ramay is interested in indigenous literatures from the Americas and postcolonial perspectives. She enjoys running, hiking and frequenting playgrounds and parks with her family.