The second part of José Vicente Anaya's poetic trilogy (started with a href="ouvrage.php?id=6981">Híkuri
and closed with Paria
), deeply rooted in the infra-realist movement founded in Mexico City in the 1970s, combining verse and prose, is marked by a formal experimentation anchored in the poet's life and his wanderings from the north to the south of Mexico.
José Vicente Anaya (Mexico, 1947-2020) is a poet, translator, essayist and journalist. A student at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Anaya took part in the social and student movement of 1968. He is one of the founders of infra-realism, along with Roberto Bolaño and Mario Santiago Papasquiaro.