Jorge Luis Cáceres

Jorge Luis Cáceres

Jorge Luis Cáceres is an Ecuadorian short story writer, editor and anthologist. He was born in 1982 in Quito. In 2013 he published a best-selling anthology titled No entren al 1408, a tribute to the “master of horror” Stephen King. The original edition of the book consisted of 22 Spanish-language horror stories by authors from various countries. Subsequent editions contained stories by authors of up to 30 countries, including Ecuador, Cuba, Argentina, Peru and Mexico. In 2012, he was recognized as one of “the 34 Latin American authors of unquestionable literary quality” at the Guadalajara International Book Fair.

Jorge Luis Cáceres interviewed about literature on Literamanía

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Short Stories

  • Desde las sombras. (Quito: Editorial El Conejo, 2007). Short story
  • La flor del frío. (Quito: Editorial El Conejo, 2009 y Salamanca: Editorial Amarante, E-book, 2011). Short story
  • Aquellos extraños días en los que brillo. (Lima: Borrador Editores, 2011; Barcelona: Editorial Foc, E-book, 2015; Quito, 2016). Short story
  • Bailad, malditos, bailad. (Miami: Suburbano Ediciones, 2015. E-book). Short story


  • Lo que haremos cuando la ficción se agote (Punto en Línea, UNAM, México, 2011) (Editor).
  • No entren al 1408, antología en español tributo a Stephen King (La Biblioteca de Babel, Quito, 2013 y La Cifra Editorial / Conaculta, México D.F., 2014) (Editor).
  • King, tributo al Rey del Terror (Interzona Editora, Buenos Aires, 2015) (Editor).

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