JULIO VILLANUEVA CHANG is the founding editor of Etiqueta Negra, a Spanish-language nonfiction magazine based in Lima, Perú. He is the author of Up Close No One Is Normal, a book of his profiles; A Fan of Storms, an anthology of his columns; and Bats and Butterflies, a selection of his first features. His profile “The Blind Mayor of Cali” was published in The Virginia Quarterly Review issue dedicated to South America, which won the National Magazine Award in collaboration with Etiqueta Negra. He has been a guest speaker at Harvard’s Nieman Conference on Narrative-Journalism, Yale University, and Columbia University. His texts have been published in National Geographic, McSweeney’s, Words Without Borders, and The Believer—and translated into seven languages.