Mexico: A Traveler's Literary Companion

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C. M. Mayo
Whereabouts Press, 2006 - Literary Collections - 238 pages
4 Reviews
A panoramic vision of Mexico is offered by some of Mexico's finest contemporary writers of fiction and literary prose. Shattering stereotypes, these works provide a rollicking journey from the Pacific to the Gulf, from Yucatan to border slums, from humble ranchos to a fabulous mountaintop castle.

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User Review  - Frances - Goodreads

I can't remember whether it was Nancy or Christine who gave this to me for Christmas. Thank you, whichever it was. I like this book a lot. I've read it in bits and pieces over several trips and almost every time found a story I liked. Read full review

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User Review  - Solveig - Goodreads

I am loving this collection of short stories by writers from different regions of Mexico and edited by Catherine Mayo. Read full review

Contents

THE U S MEXICO BORDER
1
Daniel Reveles Big Cacas Revenge i
21
THE NORTH
30
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Mayo is a Texas native and longtime resident of Mexico City, taught economics and international finance at ITAM in Mexico City before turning to literary pursuits.

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