The Path of Foolishness


From Mad in Mexico: Work trips are in no way what some cropped and filtered photos that we upload to social networks show. I traveled to a handful of countries in America to share my literary work. In this case, I had the opportunity to go sell my books in Mexico City with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Trade, International Relations and Worship of Argentina. In reality, this work trip was to present my literary work more than to sell my books. When they asked me what you are going to do in Mexico, the easiest answer for me was to say that I am going to sell my books. And that’s how the trip ended.

Read full article here and English translation here. 

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