Salvador Fleján (Caracas, 1966) holds an undergraduate degree in letters (Letras) from the Central University of Venezuela. He is the author of the collections of short stories Intriga en el Car Wash (2006) and Miniaturas salvajes (2012), the collection of crónicas Ruedalibre: Crónicas inoxidables (2014) and the book of crónicas and short stories Tardes felices (2016). His work has been printed in a number of domestic and international media outlets and his fiction is included in several anthologies both in the country and abroad. He has been awarded various literary prizes in Venezuela and has been a member of the jury of the yearly short story competition by the newspaper El Nacional, as well as of those by the Association of Venezuelan Authors and Composers (SACVEN) and the Metropolitan Polyclinic, among others.
‘Intrigue in the Car Wash’ was published in the collection of short stories Intriga en el Car Wash (Caracas: Random House Mondadori, 2006).