José Emilio Pacheco (born June 30, 1939 in Mexico City) is a Mexican poet, essayist, translator, novelist and short story writer. He is regarded as one of the major Mexican poets of the second halfof the 20th century.
He has taught literature at UNAM, as well as the University of Maryland, College Park, the University of Essex, and many others in the United States, Canada and the UnitedKingdom.
He has been awarded the following poetry prizes: Federico Garcia Lorca International Poetry Prize (2005),Octavio Paz (2003), Pablo Neruda (2004), Ramón López Velarde (2003), Alfonso Reyes(2004), José Asunción Silva (1996), and Xavier Villaurrutia. He was elected by unanimous acclaim to the Mexican Academy (Academia Mexicana de la Lengua) on March 28, 2006. He has been a member of TheNational College (El Colegio Nacional) since 1986.
El viento distante y otros relatos(1963)
Morirás lejos (1967)
El principio del placer (1972)
La sangre de Medusa (1977)
Las batallas en eldesierto (1981)
El Emperador de los Asirios
Los elementos de la noche
El reposo del fuego
La arena errante
No me preguntes cómo pasa el tiempo (Don't Ask MeHow the Time Goes by: Poems, 1964-1968)
El silencio de la luna
Tarde o temprano (Collected works)
La fábula del tiempo (Anthology)
José Emilio Pacheco: Selected Poems,Edited by GeorgeMcWhirter (New Directions, 1987)
City of Memory and Other Poems, trans. David Lauer, Cynthia Steele (Collected Works)
Modern Spanish American poets. Second series / MaríaAntonia Salgado., 2004
José Emilio Pacheco and the poets of the shadows / Ronald J Friis., 2001
Out of the volcano : portraits of contemporary Mexican artists / Margaret Sayers Peden., 1991Tradition and renewal : essays on twentieth-century Latin American literature and culture / Merlin H Forster., 1975
The turning tides : the poetry of José Emilio Pacheco / Mary Kathryn Docter., 1991...
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