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William Anthony Nericcio



...a cyberhive of web-nested desmadres!

contact info:

William A. Nericcio (alt bio)
Director, MALAS, The Master of Arts in
  Liberal Arts & Sciences
Professor, English & Comparative Literature,
  Latin American Studies, and Chicana/o Studies
San Diego State University
Director, San Diego State University Press
Arts and Letters 273
| 5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 921820.6020

619.594.1524 (phone) 
619.594.4998 (fax)
memo@sdsu.edu


my twitter site? go to @eyegiene



my facebook hive? go here:
{updated more often than this page!}




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Spring to my blogs & tumblr sites




upcoming public lectures:


Boise State University THATCAMP!!!
September 13, 2014



OCTOBER 2014 Mextasy @ UTEP



fall 2014

No classes Fall 2014 @ sdsu, fall 2014

my traveling art/stereotypes exhibition


a recent lecture at UCLA's
Chicano Studies Research Center

(CSRC) UCLA's Chicano Studies Research Center Talk: William Nericcio presents "From Tex[t]-Mex to Mextasy to Eyegiene" from Tex[t] Mex on Vimeo.
Published on Dec 11, 2013; Lecture given on November 19, 2013 William A. Nericcio presents the talk, "From Tex[t]-Mex to Mextasy to Eyegiene: Televisually Supercharged Hallucinations of 'Mexicans' in our Digital Humanities-laced, Technosexually Voyeuristic Tomorrow(s)." Alicia Gaspar de Alba, professor of Chicana/o studies, English, and women's studies, provided the introduction.


spring 2015 cultural studies class

to be announced...

upcoming book news | eyegiene




Other Assorted Internet-based Doings

The Tex[t]-Mex Galleryblog--a Tex[t]-Mex book supplement;direct UTPress book link, here; various and sundry reviews and clippings here.


little image of hollywood"Brushes With Fame" Archive

edward james olmos and bill nericcio


Memogr@phics
Designcasa™

An illustrated gallery of my graphic design portfolio for SDSU Press & Hyperbole Books. Another, newer portfolio is here at veer.com.

hyperbole
                                    booksEditorial Portfolios
Hyperbole Books 
San Diego State University Press


Hit this hyperlink (or the eyeball to the right or the guy in green, opposite) and you will be instantly transported to a sprawling survey of a just a biography labelwell-traveled, unpredictable, prolix, loud, distracted, and amiable Mexican-American professor's academic odyssey—but bewareThe site teems with photos, ephemera, sordid chisme, and much, much more of the headache inducing eye-candy you already see here.


tex[t]-mex, by william
                        nericcio

The American Library Association's Choice Awards selected Tex[t]-Mex: Seductive Hallucination of the "Mexican" in America as one of 2007's 10  "Outstanding Academic Titles" in Film Studies--click the Librarian for more info.

Tex[t]-Mex was a nominee (damned academy!) for the 2007 MLA Award in Chicana/o, Latina/o Cultural Studies

Teaching Portfolio


Beware
the Professor!

libel, abuse, and an occasional kind word from students @ ratemyprofessor


    



Look!
Watch!
See!

New Book...
New Blog...
New Site...




ART EXHIBITS



Editorial Work




BLOGS BLOGS BLOGS

the textmext blog

the obscene machine

eyegiene

mextasy


malas

sdsupress






ASSORTED
PUBLICATIONS

The Hurt Business: Oliver Mayer's EARLY WORKS
An edited collection on contemporary Latina/o theatre:


An edited collection on John Steinbeck:
"The author of Tex[t]-Mex is also a border-born Tejano who is genuinely appalled at what passes for Mexican in the U.S. media. But he doesn´t get snitty about it, doesn't scold (too much), keeps his theoretical feet on the decidedly non-theoretical ground, and sees the humor in all of it. Which sets him apart from the pomo crowd he runs with, and makes Tex[t]-Mex a valuable, sometimes hilarious, maybe even loveable, but surely learned, condemnation of stereotypes."
                                                                           
Kelly Arthur Garrett, Mexico, DF
nericcio, lupe velez,
                          lupe vélez, bananas to buttocks nericcio, lupe velez,
                          lupe vélez, bananas to buttocks nericcio, lupe velez,
                          lupe vélez, bananas to buttocks




Cultural Studies | Queer Theory | TV

JOURNALISTS WATCH SHERIFFS WATCH PEE-WEE WATCH  | 2004 (pdf file).




Art Hist. | Latin Am. /Chicana/o Studies
SEMI[ER]OTIC GLANCES | FRIDA KAHLO GILBERT HERNANDEZ | 2003 (large pdf file) from in Mary Romero's and Michelle Habell-Pallan's Latino/a Popular Culture




Ethnic American Theory | Film Theory
RITA HAYWORTH, DERRIDA,  BORGES and EXISTENTIAL ELECTROLYSIS | 2003 (pdf file) in Art Aldama's remarkable collection, Violence and the Body: Race, Gender, and the State

RECENTLY REVIEWED!!!
pdf version



chicana/o studies scholarship border studies scholarship graphic narrative/semiotic scholarship

ORSON WELLES AS A PROTO-CHICANO
CIRCA 1994 in Chon Noriega's colllection
Chicanos and Film: Representation and Resistance

RE-MEMBERING LAREDO: TRUTH AT THE BORDER CIRCA 1995

ARTIF{R}ACTURE | COMIX | NARRATIVE
CIRCA 1995



ESSAYS ESSAYS ESSAYS
camera obscura 37
Hollywood | Ethnic Theory | Cultural Studies
SPEEDY GONZALES | AUTOPSY OF A RAT : Latino Marionettes in US Mass Culture | CAMERA OBSCURA pdf | 1998
spring 50 cover
                            mapplethorpe
Critical Theory | Semiotics | Latin America
CARLOS FUENTES / SKIP GATES / SYLVERE LOTRINGER / STUART EWEN | CIRCA 1990 | Review Article 
daitch and more on RCF
American Lit | Latin American Lit
BORGES & BORGES / DAITCH / DERRIDA-- MIRRORING FICTIONS | CIRCA 1993 | pdf  2.1mb file



PAST LECTURES PAST LECTURES
PAST LECTURES
Texas Comicon!
A recent talk on Los Bros Hernandez, Gus Arriola, Sergio Aragones, y Lalo Alcaraz, Saturday, June 21, 2014, at 5:30pm-- "Gus Arriola, Sergio Aragonés, Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez, and Lalo Alcaraz Walk into a Bar... The Past, Present, and Future of Comics (Viewed Through
Delicious, Mextastic Latina/o Telescope)"

http://www.texascomicon.com/
April 2014














Shakespeare's 450th Birthday Celebration at the San Diego Central Library














Boise State University on April 11, 2014 with a full Mextasy pop-up museum exhibition at the Boise State University Student Union.
More details to follow!


University of Ilinois at Urbana-Champaign, February 27, 2014 with full Mextasy pop-up museum exhibition at La Casa Cultural Latina!






Adrian College Mextasy Exhibition
August 26 through September 13, 2013

Grossmont College
April 30, 2013








FRIDAY
April 12, 2013
The Observatory Room
Brooklyn


THURSDAY
April 11, 2013
NYU 20 Cooper Square
Manhattan
TUESDAY
April 9, 2013
SVA/DCRIT
Manhattan






CSUFullerton
FRENCH
CSUFullerton, French
March 19, 2013





University of Washington, SEATTLE, WA
last week of February 2012



















Ohio State University (LASER)
September 5, 2012


MEXTASY!
Boulder, Colorado
February 23, 2012


San Ysidro
May 2012
October 14, 2011


more info here:
 "21st Century California Writers Now: Pre- and Post-Apocalyptic Nightmares, Vociferations, and Raptures"
October 20, 2011


University of Guelph
"Bandit, Succubus, Gigolo, Maid, & Fiend: 20th and 21st Century Latina/o Bodies in the Imagination of the Americas"
October 21, 2011


University of Western Ontario

"Technosexual Scholars at the Peephole: Surveillance, Voyeurism and the Latina/o Destiny of the Digital Humantites"


September 22, 2011
September 22, 2011
September 23, 2011







MEXTASY!
Just left the Wolverine-laced hallways of the Program in American Culture at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and then hopped over to an opening at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, April 8, 2011... next up? CSU Fullerton!









theFRONT, May 20, 2010


Cal State Fullerton, April 13, 2009
Oh beloved, Texas Longhorns of Austin, forgive me, but I invaded Ohio State University on February 23, 2009 for a reading/signing with my UT Press stable-mate, Guisela Latorre!  More info here.


Ohio State University, February 23. 2009



2011


April 28, 2008


CalState Northridge
DIVA CONFERENCE!



More INFO!

May 5, 2008 CINCO DE MAYO


tommy
                              rileyMESA COLLEGE
BEYOND
BAROQUE
with TOMÁS RILEY!!!

More info!


past

speaking

gigs


UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
*click* the logo for a big image of the event!
April 16, 2008!


Skylight Books in Los Feliz en Los Angeles, Califas!

Reading and signing


November 7, 2007

Wednesday-- 7:30pm




more info on the reading!


USC, Los Angeles, CA, reading and signing
November 8, 2007, Thursday.


Sponsored by the International Bank of Commerce and hosted by Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Castillo, y Garza, Inc.
UTSA | Department of English
Reading, lecture and signing
| Monday, November 5, 2007, San Antonio, Texas



Click here for the promo poster!
Public Lecture Public Lecture Public Lecture
CSUN
TABOO CONFERENCE
KEYNOTE
APRIL 28, 2007
USD
ENGLISH &
ETHNIC STUDIES
MAY 1, 2007
BORDERS BOOKSTORE
MISSION VALLEY
SIGNING
MAY 17, 2007
Public Lecture Public Lecture Public Lecture



THE VOYEUR'S BAD EYEGIENE:
LATINA/O NATIONALITIES AND THE PATHOLOGY OF THE PROSTHESIS

NATIONALITY | CITIZENSHIP | IMMIGRATION
AN AMERICAN STUDIES LECTURE SERIES


PURDUE UNIVERSITY
Friday February 16, 2007


WE DON'T NEED NO STINKIN' BADGES: SCREENING LATINIDAD
FILM SERIES

OBERLIN COLLEGE
March 15, 2007


DG Wills Bookstore
La Jolla, CA
Saturday March 24, 2007



BLOGS BLOGS
ART
obscene machine
blog

ethnic mannequin
tex[t]-mex blog






WEBMASTER WORK
{some of these are presently offline}
WEBMASTER WORK MORE ONLINE ESSAYS/REVIEWS
 
  •  London | Summer | 2009
  • London | Summer | 2007
  • San Diego State University Press
  • pacific REVIEW
  • SDSU Press Gear
  • SDSU LONDON CALLING
  • Oliver Mayer's Joe Louis Blues
  • Memogr@phics Designcasa
  • CODICES
  • CLAS Arts Conference
  • Fall 2001 SDSULondon
  • CAFE LITERATI
  • Literati boutique
  • SDSU English & CompLit Alumni Page
  • 1st John Kennedy Toole Lecture
  • The DECODER Club / e220
  • LIt BRUSH WITH CELEBRITY page
  • Colga
  • SDSU Dept. of Chicana/o Studies archived
  • HYPERBOLE Books (with Michael Buchmiller, senior memogr@phics designhaus agent) 

  • ...a brief critical elegy--Jean Baudrillard, RIP


    A screengrab from Orson Welles's Touch of Evil with Charlton Heston as "Mexican" narcotics agent Miguel 'Mike' Vargas--tap Heston in order to be transported to Google's facsimile of a chapter on Welles's masterpiece.



    English 220 | The Seductive Mirror Seminar: An Introducion to Literature | Summer 1999 huge pdf

    DIGITAL ART

  • Camera Obscura Cover Gallery
  • SDSU Press
  • Book & Catalogue Cover Gallery
  • Watch Pee-wee Watch | IJCS 2004
  • "Artif[r]acture: Virulent Pictures, Graphic Narrative, and the Ideology of the Visual" Mosaic (1996)
  • [Sadistic] California Dreaming: Pleasure in the Breaking of Mexican Bodies 2003
  • Robert Frank, the Beats, Literature and Film 2001
  • Almost Like Laredo: A Semiotic Travelogue of "The Gateway to Mexico" 1987-2002
  • RE-membering Laredo: ¿What is Truth at the Border? 1995
  • Sick Culture: Reading Across the Disciplines With Carlos Fuentes, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Sylvère Lotringer and Stuart EwenSpring 50 1990
  • Autopsy of a Rat: Latina/o Marionettes in US Mass Cutlrure


  • BOOK REVIEWS
     
  • Stuart Gordon CHICANO-CROSSDRESSES Ray Bradbury--a review of The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit, 2003
  • A sassy Richard Rodriguez DAYS OF OBLIGATION Review
  • A gritty Charles Bukowski PULP review
  • A perhaps too-scathing and cheeky Rodolfo Anaya JALAMANTA review
  • REVIEW--Denise Chavez's FACE OF AN ANGEL
  • REVIEW--Rolando Hinojosa's THE USELESS SERVANTS
  •      
    archived

    course 

    syllabi

    Summer 2014 Anthropology 439/MALAS 600 seminar in London, England
    Summer 2014
    ANTH 439/COMPLIT 470/
    ENGL 493/MALAS 600B
    LONDON VISUAL/VIRAL CULTURE NOW!
    Spring 2013
    ENGL 220
    ROBOTIC, EROTIC,
    ELECTRIC


    Fall 2013
    Engl 220
    naked mirrors, damaged psyches

    summer 2013
    ENGL 525
    sex, drugs, {film, lit,} and rocknroll


    Spring 2013
    ENGL 525
    I/Eye Pledge Allegiance
    American Literature Since 1960











    Fall 2012 Undergraduate Class:
    Naked Eye/I | Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am to 12:15pm in the SCImagination Lab, GMCS 333
    Madness in Art, Literature, Film, and the Web
    Fall 2012 Graduate Seminar: MALAS 601 SEM:CULTSTD SEX FILM GNDR | Wednesdays 3:30am to 6:10pm in LSN 134
    An Introduction to Cultural Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies: Ethnicity, Sexuality, and Gender in Literature, Film, and Beyond

    MALAS/ENGLISH & COMPLIT 2012 Seminar  ALT LINK

    Spring '12 | ENG 625/MALAS 600C AM. PANOPT.




    Fall 2011 Graduate Seminar

    Fall 2011 | MALAS 600B TECHNOSEXUALITIES
    Fall 2011 Undergrad Class

    Fall 2011 | ENGL 220 EYEGIENE
    Spring 2011 Seminar

    English 220 Robotic, Erotic, Electric
    Spring 2010
    ENGLISH 549
    DYSTOPIA! DYSTOPIA!




    Spring 2010
    ENGL 563: Drugs, Sex, & Rock'nRoll: Seductive Hallucinations of Film, Photography, Art, Music, and Literature



    Spring 2009
    ENGLISH 493
    SEX IN LIT & FILM

    Fall 2008 engl 220


    Spring 2009 | Engl 493


    naked surrealisms
    English 301 | Fall 2007

    naked london eyes
    summer 2009, UK

    English 725 | Seminar in Ethnic American Film and Literature: Ethnic Mannequins or the Obcene Machine | Spring 2007




    Summer 2007
    London Calling | Anth 439

    English 220 Fall 2006
    The Seductive Hallucination
    more

    FILM NOIR TO PULP FICTION

    ENGL 301 Summer 2006

    comparative literature 594
    literature and the arts
    spring 2006

    english 301
    psychological novel
    spring 2006



    ENGL 700
    CHASING DERRIDA SEMINAR
    LIGHTS CAMERA WRITING
    Fall 2005

    COMPLIT 270B
    NAKED, LOUD & BROKEN
    COMEDY SINCE 1500
    Fall 2005

    English 560a
    Early British Literature
    Peculiar and Exotic
    circa 2000

    e301 | SEXY BEASTS
    FREUD'S BASTARD CHILDREN
    SPRING 2005

    COMPLIT 210
    LITERATURE AFTER DERRIDA
    SPRING 2005

    ANTHROPOLOGY 493
    LONDON EYES
    UK FILM CULTURES

    MULTICULTURAL LIT SEMINAR
    ENGLISH 601, SDSU
    circa 1992

    MALAS 600: Textual Bodies / Sexual Bodies
    GENDER THEORY
    CIRCA 1993

    E577 
    MARX / FREUD / DICKENS
    19TH CENT. TRIALOGUES
    SPRING 2000

    e220
    Intro to LIT
    SINEMATIC BODIES
    Fall 2004

    complit 594
    LIBIDINAL PROGENY
    DERRIDA, MAGE/WORD
    SP 2003
    606a The
                            Chicana/o Novel | 1998
    E606A
    Grad Seminar | Special Topics
    THE CHICANA/O NOVEL
    CIRCA 1999

    e301
    Tattooed Psyche
    Psychological Novel
    summer 2004

    BODIES OF INK
    CUERPOS DE LUZ
    COMPLIT 270 B 
    CIRCA 1993 /SPRING

    English 220
    PICTUREBOOK
    An Introduction to Literature
    circa 1998

    COMPARATIVE LITERATURE  270B
    DECONSTRUCTED BODIES 
    World Literature
    CIRCA 1996

    English 519
    American Ethnic Literature: 
    The Seductive Mannequins
    CIRCA 1996

    English 220 
    PSYCHOLOGICAL NOVEL
    The Naked Eye/
    FALL 2003

    Comp Lit 595 Glamour
    Literature and Aesthetics
    FALL 2003

    E301
    TATTOOED SOULS
    SUMMER 2001

    E301 SINEMA:EROTIC & EXOTIC 
    PSYCHES IN LITERATURE & FILM 
    FALL 2002

    e602
    CRITICAL THEORY
    PRIMARY SECONDARY TERTIARY
    FALL 2000

    english 790 ENGLISH MA EXAM PREP
    G. PITT AND VIRGINIA WARNER 
    LECTURE SERIES
    SPRING 2003

    COMPLIT 445
    MODERN LATIN AM LIT & FILM
    PORTRAITS MASKS & SIGNATURES
    FALL 2002

    e220
    LIGHTS BODY INK
    Intro to LIT
    SPRING 2002

    COMP LIT 580 
    LATINA WRITERS
    WINTER 2000 
    caution, large jpg file

    E301
    Psychological Novel
    Caged Eye | webmaster A. Barkdoll
    1st Web Class 1995! 16 years on the WWW

    E301
    NAKED EYE: MADNESS / ART
    FALL 1997

    ENGLISH 700: BORGES AND DERRIDA
    OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVES IN THE LIBRARY
    CIRCA 1998

    E525
    AMERICAN BABEL
    SPRING 2000

    CompLIT 210
    Intro to Comparative 
    Literature: Gender Image Power Text
    Fall 2002

    COMPLIT 210 
    INTRO TO COMP LIT
    Text/ Sex/ Cult/ Psych Playgrounds 
    FALL 2000

    e301
    MARX ON THE COUCH
    FREUD AT THE BANK
    SUMMER 2002

    COMPLIT 561 
    FICTION
    SPRING 
    2001

    COMPLIT 595
    LITERATURE & AESTHETICS
    Sighting Words
    SPRING 2002

    COMPLIT 490
    DYSTOPIAS/
    UTOPIAS
    SPRING 1999

    ENGLISH 494
    MODERN AMERICAN FICTION
    MILLENNIUM VIRUS
    CIRCA 1999

    ENGLISH 220
    INTRO TO LITERATURE
    THE FRAMED EYE/I
    CIRCA 2000

    ENGLISH 525
    AMERICAN LIT 1950-NOW
    EROTIC NEUROTIC SEMIOTIC
    SPRING 2001


    English 493
    Literature and Film
    The Obscene Machine


    assorted lit doings assorted lit doings assorted lit doings

    CODICES SEMINAR
    DERRIDA/BENNINGTON
    CIRCA 1996

    GGM SEMINAR 
    Spring SEMESTER
    CIRCA 1997

    BORGES | DERRIDA SEMINAR
    SDSU ENGLISH
    CIRCA 1998

     
    More from the
    BRUSH WITH FAME archive!!!



    hollywood sign







    ric salinas y bill nericcio

    tino villanueva and
                            bill nericcio

    heroes | mentors  heroes | mentors  heroes | mentors
    I thought I was trying to evolve an argument that would in some way just knock issues of veracity out of the water, that would make them almost laughable. But I ended up realizing that what I was trying to do was to find a mode of writing sexual fantasy, really, and exploring the way we project [it] onto the materials that we are supposedly studying-- not as something that might actually be happening within them (you know: the question of who fancies whom and of whether they repressed or acted on it and with what consequences), but rather as a way of conceptualizing the material and linking yourself to it....¶"Without," for me, is that funny state where you think you're doing one thing, then realize that you're doing something completely different, which always builds on the familiar quagmire of "knowledge."

    Irit Rogoff
    interview

    The future is part of desire, and desire is extremely important. I think it's very important in my novels and it has to do with want, it has to do with yearning, and with the way we strive towards what we merely call the obscure object of desire. This is, of course, never an innocent operation because it implies not only having what we want, but changing it according to our conception of it, changing the other person. The other person might very well resist not only our desire but our wanting to take over and change. And therefore, conflict, and therefore, narrative, novels, drama, and many other things. But I cannot understand the future without the category of desire and all that desire implies.

    Carlos Fuentes
    1988


     

    I just can't help writing by hand. One types by hand also. It is not that the hand disappears, but if I start typing, or working on the screen, I am dinosaur. I  find that it disappears from me. I have a secretary but she certainly does not type the stuff I write. I am from the manual typewriter era. The extraordinary editing capacities of the computer also touch me. That second typing on the screen is a creative moment. It is just not the first moment. Is writing the first moment we do not know. I consume the affect of writing by hand. Another reason is that I do a lot of work in areas where there no electricity at all.

    Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
    1997

     

    more heroes more heroes more heroes
    The madness in which the work of art is engulfed is the space of our work, it is the endless path to fulfillment, it is our mixed vocation of apostle and exegete.

    Michel Foucault
    Histoire de la Folie
    1961
     

    I feel sorry for you people who don't drink, 'cause when you wake up in the morning that's as good as you're going to feel all day.

    Dean Martin, 
    Rat Pack Benefit Concert
    1964

    What's the most widely held misconception about you and your work?

    That I'm a skeptical nihilist who doesn't believe in anything, who thinks nothing has meaning, and text has no meaning. That's stupid and utterly wrong, and only people who haven't read me say this. It's a misreading of my work that began 35 years ago, and it's difficult to destroy. I never said everything is linguistic and we're enclosed in language. In fact, I say the opposite, and the deconstruction of logocentrism was conceived to dismantle precisely this philosophy for which everything is language. Anyone who reads my work with attention understands that I insist on affirmation and faith, and that I'm full of respect for the texts I read. 

    jacques derrrida
    INTERVIEW with LAWeekly

    still more heroes still more heroes still more heroes

    elvis costello

    remedios varo

    will elder
    ink ART editorial duties  revelation

    dawg
    india ink
    Guillermo Nericcio García (2001)
    clicking on "dawg" links you to "afta's art," india ink, notebook, cornell university, 1985

    the sound and the fury,
    william faulkner
    online digital art  online digital art  online digital art

    the typed subject
    digital art/mixed digital media
    guillermo nericcio garcía (1998)

    "The Mexicanesque Maus"
    digital art/mixed digital media
    guillermo nericcio garcía (1996)

    the existential guillotine
    digitial art/mixed digital media
    guillermo nericcio garcía (2002)
    office door the factory  bio y chisme

    direct link



    derrida | moving words & images


    Tex[t]-Mex CLIPPINGS
     
    1. link to textmex
                                            review in aztlanReview in Aztlán
    2. Review in A Contra/Corriente (Fall 2007)--click the Peña Ovalle .pdf link below to continue!
    3. October 2007--CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries
    4. ALA Choice, Significant Titles 2007 Award
    5. UTPRESS official Tex[t]-Mex website
    6. UTPRESS official site WITH Table of Contents & excerpt
    7. Tex[t]-Mex Gallery Blog: Archive of Materials for the (should the gods look favorably on sales) second addition of Tex[t]-Mex
    8. Cover Tex[t]-Mex: Seductive Hallucination of the "Mexican" in America
    9. DG Wills Reading, La Jolla, March 2007:
    10. Sample pages from Tex[t]-Mex
    11. KPBS THESE DAYS interview on the book (2007); 2nd KPBS interview feature (2008)
    12. Oberlin College | Promotional poster for March 2007 gig.
    13. Oberlin College, March 2007|  promo page
    14. Purdue American Studies, February 2007 American Studies Lecture.
    15. Gustavo Arellano Los Angeles Times Op-ed with Tex[t]-Mex citation

    16. San Diego City Beat story on 500 student lectures
    17. San Diego City Beat story on CFA/CSU strikes
    18. San Diego City Beat story on El Guli
    19. An index of related stories from the SDSU student newspaper.
    20.   DG Wills promo poster by M. Buchmiller.
    21. San Diego Citybeat Magazine Spread (Generlisimo Guli Best of San Diego Special Issue)
    22. DG Wills reading notice, San Diego Union-Tribune
    23. Notice in LaBLOGA
    24. Feature story in ENLACE, The Spanish-language supplement to The San Diego Union Tribune.
    25. Slightly augmented ad by UTPRESS that first appeared in New York Review of Books.
    26. San Diego Reader feature story; permalink 
    27. McAllen Monitor newspaper profile. Full-text | Martin Winchester interview with William Nericcio.
    28. USD | ENGLISH & ETHNIC STUDIES | MAY 1, 2007 | flyer
    29. CSUN | TABOO CONFERENCE | KEYNOTE Lecture | APRIL 28, 2007 | program
    30. Amazon Book Site w/annotated images
    31. Author web-index
    32. Author biography
    33. KUSI Morning Show Interview, San Diego, CA | Tuesday, May 15, 2007
    34. Imperial Valley College | Wednesday, May 16, 2007--Public lecture along with Manuel Paul Lopez!




    35. --Mexico City (El Universal)

    36. Web del Sol Review

    37. --San Diego (La Prensa) In Spanish! new!

    38. --Reuters Entrevista (Spanish)

      (image clipping from story)
      --Reuters Lifestyle (English)

    39. Laredo Morning Times Profile

    40. San Diego Union-Tribune Profile

    41. Village Voice Ask-a-Mexican piece on Speedy and Tex[t]-Mex.
    42. william nericcio americas
                                        review 1988

    photos | permissions granted for re-use with attribution noted below
    dartboard use permitted!





     
    1. credit: ©2007, guillermo nericcio garcía


    2. credit: ©2007, guillermo nericcio garcía

    3. credit: 
    ©2005, guillermo nericcio garcía


    4. credit: ©2007, guillermo nericcio garcía

    5. credit: ©2003, guillermo nericcio garcía

    link to the
                                              tex[t]-mex galleryblog @
                                              textmex.blogspot.com
    6. credit: ©2007, guillermo nericcio garcía