Posts by Homero Aridjis

Aftershocks

The Girl Who Wasn’t There

Earthquakes in Mexico

Homero Aridjis is a poet and novelist. He was the founder of the environmentalist Grupo de los Cien and twice president of PEN International. He served as Mexico's ambassador to Switzerland, the Netherlands and Unesco. Many of his 48 books have been translated into 15 languages.

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