Natalia M. Alcalde


As a writer and cultural manager, she holds a degree in Modern Languages and Cultural Management from the Universidad Anáhuac México Norte, and in Museum Studies from the University of Amsterdam. She has experience as cultural manager in various institutions, including the Juan March Foundation, the Institución Libre de Enseñanza, and Le Gallerie degli Uffizi in Florence.



Regularly, she contributes with stories for several literary magazines in both Mexico and Spain. Her research works have been published in prominent journals such as Ágora from the Colegio de México (COLMEX), Uffizi Magazine, and Double Clic from the Juan March Foundation.

She presented her first novel, ‘Delirio’, at the Casa de América in Madrid, for which she received the Tuber Melanosporum Award. Additionally, she has been part of the anthology ‘Archipiélago 988’.