Chatos Inhumanos is a non-profit bilingual publishing house based in New York that publishes contemporary Latinx and Hispanic authors who address the coexistence between their cultural origins and their life in the United States. All the books we publish are available in both Spanish and English with the aim of reducing the language barrier through texts.
Because Latinx and Hispanic works of literature are systematically underrepresented in the United States, Chatos Inhumanos aims to create a space that helps highlight ideas and creations that are essential to the richness and diversity of American culture.
Partnered with Los Bárbaros magazine and La Trova Neoyorquina podcast, Chatos Inhumanos works with the goal of building cultural networks that make visible the work of a diverse community of artists in the United States.
Ulises Gonzales, Publisher
Sara Cordón, Editor-in-Chief, and Managing Director
Leire Leguina, Editor and Commercial Director
Jeff Peer, Editor and Business Director
Sara Buitrago, Editorial Assistant
Sara Casanovas, Editorial Assistant
Víctor Ruiz Velazco, Brand Designer
Rafael Gómez, Designer
Adrián Izquierdo, Literary Translation Coordinator
Teodelina Basavilbaso, La Trova Neoyorkina´s Director
Michael E. Rolland, English Translations Editing
Christopher Campbell, English Translations Editing
Georgina Rodríguez, Communications and Social Media
Sofia Stewart, Editorial Assistant
Luis Henao Uribe, Co-founder
Jorge Gárate, Co-founder
Chatos Inhumanos' community comprises hundreds of friends around the world who build, participate and support this project enthusiastically.
To all of them, THANK YOU!