Luis Landa - These stories speak of music, drugs, obsessions, anger, failure, death, television, loneliness, modesty and nakedness.





Luis Landa, I Don’t Intend to Complain, Edicola, 2013.


The characters in these stories are marked by an introspective nature. Occasionally naive, somewhat lost, they struggle against their problems without really solving their conflicts. These stories speak of music, drugs, obsessions, anger,  failure, death, television, loneliness, modesty and nakedness.




He was born in Santiago (Chile) in 1979. His mother was Chilean and his father Bolivian. He began to write as a child, but only enrolled in a variety of literary workshops after the age of twenty, when he started to publish his stories.
He has a BA in History and a Diploma in Editing, and has worked as an academic researcher, editor, television script-writer and English-Spanish translator.
I Don’t Intend to Complain is his first book of short stories.




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