Mario Carrasco Teja (Mexico, 1972) is an editor, editorial designer, ebook formatter and writer. Besides a soft-cover book of short stories, as well as a brief drama piece, his works are published in magazines, anthologies and the Web. He has won a fistful of contests in the short story genre, among them the Latin American “Edmundo Valadés” (2001) and the National of Black Humour (1997). He also holds an archaeology degree.
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Mario Carrasco Teja (México, 1972) es editor, diseñador editorial, formateador de libros electrónicos y escritor. Además de un libro en rústica de cuentos, así como una breve pieza teatral, sus trabajos se encuentran publicados en revistas, antologías e internet. Ha ganado un puñado de concursos en el género de cuento, entre ellos el Latinoamericano Edmundo Valadés (2001) y el Nacional de Humor Negro (1997). También se tituló como arqueólogo.
on April 04, 2013 :
Very different from the writing styles I've come across so far. It's written almost like a mini-play, and one can visualize the actors. That said, the personalities of the actors were all strong and passionate, as Latin characters are often portrayed in Spanish speaking channels. That is a presentation that can become tiresome over time, where we need a peaceful valley to keep the peaks of passion in perspective. I see talent and cleverness in plot construction, and admit my ethnic literary style preferences causes me to give only 4 stars.
(review of free book)