Camila Fabbri was born in 1989. She studied Dramaturgy at the EMAD (Escuela Municipal de Arte Dramático) in Buenos Aires. She wrote and directed the plays Brick and Mi primer Hiroshima (selected for the Arte Joven Biennial, 2013) and Condición de buenos nadadores (Work in Progress Festival Internacional de Teatro de Buenos Aires, 2015). Her novel Trinidad was a finalist for Dakota Editorial's Novel Contest. She has written theater reviews for Inrockuptibles and book reviews for Eterna Cadencia's blog. In 2015 she was nominated for the Condor de Plata Awards in the Best Emerging Actress category for her role in the movie Dos disparos, directed by Martin Reitman. Los accidentes is her first book.