Andrés Ortiz Lemos is an Ecuadorian writer, sociologist, political analyst, literary critic and academic. His latest non fiction book, Crónicas del Socialismo del Siglo XXI (2019), co-written with Luis Espinosa Goded, is a libertarian analysis of how Ecuador’s socialist government has become increasingly divided as a result of corruption scandals and a collapsing economy. Ortiz Lemos currently teaches sociology and political science at the Political Science Department of the Central University of Ecuador.
Ortiz Lemos has a Ph.D. in Political Studies from FLACSO Ecuador, and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Sociology at the University of Kentucky. He does research in Qualitative Social Research, Social Theory and Communication and Media.
- Fata Morgana (2014) this book consists of two novellas – Fata Morgana (science fiction), Tarmutz (fantasy) and five short stories.
- Cuando nos volmamos a ver (2018)
- Crónicas del Socialismo del Siglo XXI (2019) co-written with Luis Espinosa Goded.
- La Sociedad Civil Ecuatoriana en el Laberinto de la Revolución Ciudadana (2013)