Elisa Levi (Madrid, 1994) has fought with her body, taken Prozac, drunk, and smoked. She has written poetry and theater. She gave up a scholarship and changed her last name to take the reins of her identity. She would have liked to be Isabel I’s lover, but she was born in the wrong era and instead decided to write about her generation. She studied Stage Arts and Cinema and is the author of the novel Why Do Cities Cry (Temas de Hoy, 2019) and the poetry collection Lost in a Bowl of Cereal (Espasa, 2016).