Mario Calderón (Guanajuato, Mexico, 1951) is a poet, narrator, essayist and literary critic. He holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic Literature and is a Professor of Mexican Literature in a Masters Program at the BUAP (Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla). He is the author of nine books of poetry, among which are Trueno del temporal (1996), Vibraciones de la creación (2005) and Deletreo del mundo (2008). He has published books of research and literary criticism, and he is the creator of a scientific method for the interpretation of reading (a form of divination) based on literature, psychoanalysis and physics.
Mario Calderón’s poems are intensely original because they enhance their meaning by virtue of etymology, or the symbolic dimension of words. Beneath these poems lies a hypothesis about the structure of what we call “reality.” Calderón exposes the idea that, by way of the symbolic decipherment of any person’s surroundings, it is possible to know data about...In stock