Essays on contemporary Mexico including travel, natural wonders, political and economic trends, contemporary art, literature and music.
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About the Author
Michael Hogan is the author of twelve books, including the best-selling Irish Soldiers of Mexico which inspired the1998 MGM release One Man's Hero with Tom Berenger. His essays and articles on Latin America have appeared in numerous periodicals and he has been awarded the gold medal of the Mexican Geographical Society for "unique contributions to Mexican history and culture." Hogan's poetry has also illuminated the landscape of Latin America, and his recent book Imperfect Geographies received the 2000 Benjamin Franklin Award in the United States.
Hogan is a permanent resident of Mexico and teaches at the prestigious American School of Guadalajara where he has been head of the Humanities Department since 1990.
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