This anthology gathers brief chronicles, essays, some potential story, praises to the poetry and the debt of gratitude that its author keeps with writers, editors and the strangest possible interlocutors: the chance, the meditation, the humor, the melancholy; walks through the solar landscape of the..
In these stories the reader will find lessons that leave scars impossible to hide: the lost paradise of adolescent pleasure, the adventures where chance tends its networks, the seduction of violence. But also the entrances to sex and its spells, the passions that offer a moment of happiness before o..
In this book, Sheridan places the fragments of an autobiography that he wrote without a project, but without hesitation. A self-portrait that is casually woven with the materials of childhood, the family tree, the peaceful adventures of adulthood, books, and all those experiences that are based on t..
A Girl Is Lost In Her Century In Search of Her Father
Hanna is a girl with Trisomy 21 looking for her father, and Marius is a man that decides to help her in her search. They embark on a journey in which they meet a series of characters whose uniqueness condenses a whole parade of historical, political and social hangovers of the West. / Hanna es una ..
The fifty poems and twenty haikus that make up this book were selected expressly by the author for this edition. They are poems that describe the wonder of contemplating the beloved woman; poems that address the passage of time and the traces they leave in us; poems that invent a haven and explore t..
When we say that a musician plays by ear we mean that his understanding of music is due more to a matter of lyric and instinctive understanding than to academic study and knowledge. Therefore, this book alludes to a similar way of sinking into life. The noises we hear with distraction and receive as..
Where do the animals go? 21 poets dialogue with the art of Francisco Toledo. A test of loyalty to the Toledian love for lyricism, but at the same time, it celebrates the entrance of the Oaxacan artist to the eternity of untamed beauty and tribal memory of those who have fought for a more fair world...
Set in modern-day Mexico City, See You at Breakfast is about four characters leading lives of quiet desperation, who are thrown together by a despicably violent act. Witty, dark and moving, this work offers a refreshingly frank take on gender politics, the nature of attraction and the burden of ever..