Luis Bernardo Yepes

Colombia
Librarian. Graduated from the American Library School of the University of Antioquia. Specialist in Public Management College of Public Administration from the State University , ESAP , and Master in the online documentation of Teaching Information, University Carlos III in Madrid, Spain. He has taught at the University of Antioquia, and the Autonomous University of Barcelona, ​​the Book Bank of Venezuela and the Germán Sánchez Ruipérez Foundation, virtual professor for the Master in books and children's literature. He has also been a speaker at national and international events. Was Coordinator of the Reading Promotion Department of Libraries COMFENALCO -Antioquia and currently is the Head of the Department of Libraries, adviser to the Mayor of Medellin in the Municipal Reading Plan, and member of IBBY Scientific Committee 2014, Mexico City. His reflections are found in national and international journals and books published in Colombia. The Germán Sánchez Ruipérez Foundation in Spain published his microstories El sicario (The Assassin), El diario (The journal), El tubo (The tube) and Decreto (Decree). His last work has been the investigation and supervision of the exhibition: Caperucita Roja: ¡Te amo! (Red Riding Hood: I love you!) He was a finalist in the Comfamiliar National Children’s Story Contest of the Atlantic with the story Bolas en el cielo (Balls in the sky), and in the international Álvaro Cepeda Samudio Short Story Contest with the story Plagio (Plagiarism). In 2003 he won first place in the Comfamiliar National Children’s Story Contest of the Atlantic with the story El señor del paraguas (Mr. umbrella).