Antonio Moreno

Photo: Rafael Aguilera

Antonio Moreno (Mexico, 1969) is an essayist, prose writer, chronicler, and collaborator with cultural supplements, journals, and newspapers in Mexico City. He studied at the Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua and the University of Texas at El Paso before earning his doctorate from the University of Kansas. He has given classes at UTEP, Barton College (North Carolina). He is currently a professor and researcher at The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB). He recently published the essay collection Deseos de comunidad: el personaje intersticial en la novela y el cine de los noventa en México [Desires for community: the interstitial character in the novels and films of the nineties in Mexico] (2016); in 2014, he published Road to Ciudad Juárez: crónicas y relatos de frontera [Road to Ciudad Juárez: border chronicles and tales].

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