Univeristy of Veracruz (Communication)
My name is Luis Horacio H. I am from Veracruz, Mexico. Over the past 25 years, I have worked as a researcher, editor and professor in the area of communication for the Veracruz government as well as in the University of Veracruz (Universidad Veracruzana) as editor in the university press, managing editor for the literary journal La palabra y el hombre, and as a professor of Mexican literature in the School for Foreign Students.
I am also a writer. I have published the book of short stories Los predilectos de la luna (Graffiti, 1998). A short film by the same name was later created based on one of these stories. I also published the novel El azar es azul (Tierra Adentro, 1996), as well as various articles, literary reviews and stories in publications such as El Semanario de Novedades, Graffiti, El Duende (Argentina), and La Voz de Nuevo México.
I was managing editor for the literary journal La Palabra y el Hombre of the Universidad Veracruzana as well as responsible for editing the works of many known writers. I compiled the anthology Cuadernos de La Palabra, a collection of the most notable works of Latin American authors that appeared in La Palabra y el Hombre during its first 50 years.
From 2012 – 2013, I was a visiting professor at New Mexico Highlands University during which time I gave classes in Spanish 101 and 102, Introduction to Hispanic Literature, Latin American Culture and Civilization, Advanced Grammar, and the literature course Estados Unidos también es Latinoamérica.
I enjoy discussing literature and culture and look for ways to include in these discussions lessons on grammar and vocabulary. If you are an intermediate to advanced student of Spanish, I would be happy to create a course based on your interests and language-learning goals. My name is Luis Horacio H. I am from Veracruz, Mexico. Over the past 25 years, I have worked as a researcher, editor and professor in the area of communication for the Veracruz government as well as in the University of Veracruz (Universidad Veracruzana) as editor in the university press, managing editor for the literary journal La palabra y el
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I am a native speaker with more than 25 years experience as a published writer, literature professor and editor. I have taught university level Spanish courses at the Universidad Veracruzana and New Mexico Highlands University.