Inés Ordiz is Lecturer in Spanish and Latin American Studies at the University of Stirling. She holds a PhD in Modern Languages from the University of León (Spain), with a specialization in Comparative Pan-American Gothic literature. She has taught at the University of León (Spain), the College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, MA, USA) and the University of Washington (Seattle, WA, USA). She is the coeditor of the volume La (ir)realidad imaginada: Aproximaciones a lo insólito en la ficción hispanoamericana (Universidad de León, 2014) and Latin American Gothic in Literature and Culture (Routledge, 2018), which focus on the various manifestations of fantasy in Latin American literature—with special attention to the Gothic. She has published articles on contemporary zombie cinema, Mexican Gothic, Argentinean Gothic, and the Hispanic female vampire. She is currently working on a project exploring the fiction of Latin American and Spanish women writers of the Gothic in the 21st century.