Krispin, Karl



Karl Krispin is a Venezuelan writer. He earned a Literature B.A. at the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello in Caracas and a M.A. in Political Science at Tulane University. He is a candidate for a PhD in History at the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello. He has published novels, La advertencia del ciudadano Norton (Alfa, 2010), Con la urbe al cuello (Alfaguara, 2005, Sudaquia, 2012) and Viernes a eso de las nueve (Fuentes Editores, 1992); historical essays, La revolución Libertadora (Banco de Venezuela, 1990), Golpe de Estado Venezuela 1945-1948 (Panapo, 1994); essays, Camino de humores (Fundarte, 1998) and Lecturas y deslecturas (Universidad Metropolitana, 2009); microfiction, 200 breves (Oscar Todtmann Editores, 2015) and Ciento breve (Fundación para la Cultura Urbana, 2004). He currently writes at the Venezuelan newspaper El Nacional. He is a Professor of History at the Universidad Metropolitana of Caracas. He presides the Venezuelan Chapter of the Club of Rome.

He tweets @kkrispin.