Jonatán Martín Gómez (Granada, 1987) is a seventh-year Ph.D. student in the Hispanic Studies program at Washington University in St. Louis. He holds two BAs in Hispanic Philology and in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature and two MAs in Latin American Studies and in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language from the University of Granada. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Tartu University and he also has been a Spanish Instructor in different Spanish language schools in Spain and Estonia.
Jonatán has also a long record of conference papers and published research on experimental authors like Edmundo Paz Soldán, Cristina Rivera Garza, Felix Bruzzone, Alberto Fuguet, and Jorge Carrión, among others. His main research interests are focused on the relationship between literature and media technology in the Contemporary Transatlantic Book Market.
Jonatán has recently collaborated on the second volume of Historia de la ciencia ficción latinoamericana with a chapter on contemporary Bolivian science fiction. In 2022, he also co-edited the volume Recalibrando los circuitos de la máquina. Ciencia ficción e imaginarios tecnológicos en las narrativa en español del siglo XXI (Albatros, serie Palabras de América).