Of his passage through Mexico, the photographer Charles B. Waite left thousands of images that he himself captured, or that stole from his colleague W. Scott. However, the American artist did not write a single word about this. To fill that emptiness, Francisco Hernández has written Waite's imagined..
The title of this book offers an image and a reading key: each poem is an instant overloaded with meaning, vitality and sense; it alludes to that poetry that we experience and that, although it exists only for a moment, reorders the perception we have of life. / El poema que da título al libro, “El..
Angel Boligán is an exceptional artist who combines the perfection and audacity of drawing, journalism, intelligent humor, and criticism. In this book, he presents his vision of love in the most different scenarios and in different flavors of the love life: sweet, bitter, sour. It portrays lonelines..
The author asks why writers no longer speak in their books about poverty; he notices the difficulties of the relations between parents and children; advises young writers to be patient and courageous; meditates on the annoying nature of sermons; praises the physical and mental pleasures of music. / ..
Julián is a boy who lives in a town in Mexico and decides to leave and look for a distant tree to engrave the initials of the girl he likes. But what he finds is a new friend: a dragon that came from far searching for a magical plant that feeds the fire of its kind. Friendship is the best way to kno..
Mónica Maristain is inserted in this revealing exercise, from a personal perspective, discovering Bolaño as a person. Using a rigorous documentation and a familiar and intimate tone, this book traces the map of Bolaño's life through the people who knew him, through his own voice and the anecdotes th..
Riquelme, the detective, is an efficient guy who is not convinced to reveal the results of his investigations. His client, protagonist of this novel, is a man suffering and confused because his wife has abandoned him. Elena, Mónica, Sonia, are the shadows that torment with their appearances to the a..
In this dialogue between the most intimate conscience and the mysteries of everyday life, López traces the trail of identity. The name, the memory, the habits that grew unintentionally and are no longer possible to refuse. This book brings together thirteen essays that are a journey into the interio..
Based on a true story, it’s the story of Aminata, a young girl abducted from her village in Mali aged 11 in 1755, and who, after a terrible journey, is sold to a plantation owner in South Carolina, who rapes her. She is brought to New York, where she escapes and finds herself helping the British in ..
The Trail is a text of the protagonist's feelings toward the burial of a man, and his body, who he lived with a long time ago. But, by reviving it in writing, the decay of the body is canceled. This is the most beautiful thing about writing, the possibility of resuscitating what disappears. / El ra..
With an attentive look and firm pulse, Villoro unfolds into a journalist, passerby, pen buyer, nostalgic adult, responsible father, emergency brigade, and offers us a testimony of the many experiences that the city holds for each and every one of its members. Whether from the experience itself or th..
This volume is composed of 18 essays of diverse themes. They are dedicated to the work of very important authors of the English language: Henry David Thoureau, Hunter S. Thompson, Graham Green, and Georges Simenon, among others.
Ese volumen está integrado por 18 ensayos de diversa t..