Raquel Castro (Mexico City, 1976) is a writer, scriptwriter, professor and cultural promoter. In 2012 she won the Gran Angular Prize for YA Novel, and as part of the production team for the Mexican TV series Diálogos en confianza she has won the National Journalism Prize twice. She is the author of the novels Ojos llenos de sombra, Lejos de casa, Exiliados, Dark Doll, and Un beso en tu futuro, as well as the co-anthologist of Festín de muertos, a Mexican zombie fiction collection, featuring many of the greatest weird fiction authors from her country. She has a column about children and young adult fiction in LeeMás magazine. Her work has appeared in English in Latin American Literature Today, World Literature Today, Nagari, Palabras Errantes and other publications. She can be found online at her YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/AlbertoyRaquelMX and on Twitter as @raxxie_.