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Hector de Mauleon

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Hector de Mauleon

Hector de Mauleon was born in Mexico City in 1963. He is the author of the novel El secreto de la Noche Triste, the short-story collections La perfecta espiral  and Como nada en el mundo,  and the essays El tiempo repentino y El derrumbe de los ídolos, as well as the anthology Ángel de Campo. He founded and directed the cultural supplements Posdata, in  El Independiente, and Confabulario, in El Universal. He is currently deputy director of Nexos magazine, a columnist in the supplement Laberinto in Milenio Diario, and host of the television program “El Foco” of Project 40.
 

Articles by Hector de Mauleon

Tijuana: On the Pozole-Man’s Hill
By Hector de Mauleon
1 A writer from Tijuana told me: “If you want to know what Tijuana is all about, you have to go there.” There was the village of Ojo de Agua, in a dusty valley on the outskirts of the city,…
Translated from Spanish by Nick Caistor
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