Andrés Rozada Diego Fernández


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in Ciudad de México, Mexico
September 17, 1983

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Mexican writer and architect, Andres Rozada combined his great passions: science fiction and architecture; to explore an imaginary world within the Mexican urban context. Memoria Militia is perhaps his most famous work: an epistolary account in a dystopian near future in the bowels of Mexico City. This piece has all the elements to position itself among the science fiction classics of
Latin America.

Rozada's writings, noted for their humor and incisive study of the urban reality, are being published posthumously with the debut: "Stories of a Plumber", sixteen stories that expose the idiosyncrasy of the same megalopolis in which he loved to live in.

New stories by Rozada are to be published in the following years.
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