Unfettered improvisation and the rigorous application of rules, accidental composition and hyper-rational design, free invention and obsessively faithful duplication, extreme conceptualism and extreme materiality, multimediality and media-specificity, vodka in the wound and thorns in the pillow. I will always write fiction books and on subjects that interest me to study. I’ve been doing this for over 15 years. I write what I feel and edit myself as many times as necessary.
Inside my crystal palace I keep, among other things, a universe of fantastic stories, I’ve created them since I was a child and it is endless, there is no time to write them all. My memory is a crystal palace of beauty and misery and sometimes, I think that I shouldn’t write everything that exists there, but those stories, will be available for me all the time.
I like to work with theoretical problems and think about the general questions of the text, its interpretation and its aesthetic judgment. They are intricate paths that lead to literary theory. I’ve university training in classical and modern literature. Although my interest in research is purely peripheral, the theoretical-critical work opens some creative doors for me, which after a while I have fun closing them.
Desktop publishing began in 1985 with the introduction of PageMaker software from Aldus and the LaserWriter printer from Apple Computer. Desktop publishing software can generate layouts and produce typographic quality text and images comparable to traditional typography and printing. This technology allows individuals, businesses, and other organizations to self-publish a wide range of printed matter. The improved typographic controls and image handling of PC and Mac-based publishing systems increasingly attracted the attention of professional publishers.
When I wrote my first book, I run to a publisher and them slammed into its door. When I wrote my second book, I was no longer interested in spending time sending my originals to publishers. When I wrote my third book, I self-edited.