Yanna Hadatty Mora (Guayaquil, 1969) is an Ecuadorian essayist and short story writer. Haddatty has lived in Mexico since 1992, where she finished her higher education and worked as a professor. She received her doctorate in Ibero-American Literature from the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where she later worked as a professor and contemporary literature researcher. She also taught at the University of Sor Juana Cloister and the UAM Xochimilco. She is a full member of Ecuador’s House of Culture and the Executive Secretary of the Association of Ecuadorians in Mexico. She has been a member of Mexico’s National System of Researchers since 2005.
Yanna Hadatty was invited to speak at the academic conference “Zozobra y Los Heraldos Negros en su centenario,” she spoke about the work of Arqueles Vela and his departure from modernism.
Yanna Hadatty speaks about the Mexican short novel
- Quehaceres postergados (Guayaquil, 1998)
- Autofagia y narración (Madrid: Iberoamericana, 2003)
- La ciudad paroxista (México: UNAM, 2009)
Her works have been included in the following anthologies
- El libro de los abuelos (Guayaquil, 1990)
- Cuento contigo (Guayaquil, 1993)
- Antología de narradoras ecuatorianas (Quito, 1997)
- 40 cuentos ecuatorianos (Guayaquil, 1997)
- Antología básica del cuento ecuatoriano (Quito, 1998)
- Nós e os outros. Histórias de diferentes culturas (São Paulo, 2000)