Elsa Drucaroff was born and raised in Buenos Aires. She is the author of four novels and two short story collections, in addition to being a prolific essayist. She has published numerous articles on topics such as Argentine literature, literary criticism, and feminism. Her work has been translated into several languages.
She holds a PhD in Social Sciences and is a professor of Languages and Literature at the University of Buenos Aires, where she has taught for several decades.
Rodolfo Walsh’s Last Case is Elsa Drucaroff’s first novel to be translated into English.