La Ciudad de México a metro y medio de distancia: una entrevista con Pedro Ángel Palou
(pp. 12-20; DOI: 10.23692/iMex.22.2)
Brian Price (Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin) is a professor of Hispanic literature at Brigham Young University. His areas of academic research include 20th and 21st century Mexican literary, film, and cultural studies, the Latin American historical novel, comparative literature, and rock music. He is the author of Cult of Defeat in Mexico’s Historical Fiction (Palgrave, 2012), editor of Assaults on History: Reimagining Hispanic American Historical Fiction (Ediciones Eón, 2014), and co-editor of TransLatin Joyce: Global Transmissions in Ibero-American Literature (Palgrave, 2014) and The Lost Cinema of Mexico: From Lucha Libre to Cine Familiar and Other Churros (U Florida P, 2022). He is currently writing two books on rock in Mexican film and literature.
Pedro Ángel Palou
Born in Puebla on March 28, 1966, he studied Linguistics and Literature, a Master’s degree in Language Sciences at the UAP and a PhD in Social Sciences at the Colegio de Michoacán. He has been a professor at the Universidad de las Américas; editor-in-chief of Arcano; Secretary of Culture of the Government of the State of Puebla (1999-2005) and General Academic Vice-Rector of the Universidad de las Américas Puebla (2005-2007).
Author of a large number of novels and essays, including Con la muerte en los puños (Xavier Villaurrutia Award 2003) and El dinero del diablo (2009). Mexico – the novel – is his latest work, to be published at the end of June 2022.
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