Heriberto Yépez

Heriberto Yépez defines himself as a post-Mexican writer living in Tijuana. His work ranges from poetry and fiction to experimental writing and translation. His latest books are Wars. Threesomes. Drafts. & Mothers (Factory School, 2007), written in English, his analysis of Charles Olson’s ideas and experience of Mexico in El Imperio de la neomemoria (Almadia, 2007), which deals with Olson’s early poetics and its imperialistic notions of “Space” and cybermnemics (control of memories) and the clash of diverse cultural logics; his poetry collection El órgano de la risa (Aldus, 2008); and his novel Al otro lado (Planeta, 2008).

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