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Jorge Luis Flores Hernández

Jorge Luis Flores Hernández is a 24-year-old Mexican writer and translator. He was born in León, Guanajuato, studied modern languages at the Universidad de La Salle, and now teaches literature at the Tecnológico de Monterrey. He has published several short stories in the collections Poquito porque es bendito and Para leerlos todos as well as in the magazines Alternativas and Dédalo. He has also won the first and third prize in the XXXIst edition of the National Literary Contest of the Tecnológico de Monterrey and first prize in the Literature Awards of León in 2011. He is currently translating Wes Jackson’s book New Roots for Agriculture. “The Bad Photographer,” a short story by Juan Villoro at AGNI Online, was his first published literary translation. (updated 4/2017)

AGNI has published the following translations by Jorge Luis Flores Hernández:

The Bad Photographer by Juan Villoro


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