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Santiago Vaquera-Vásquez

In a special episode recorded in the heart of Madrid, Spain, Host Daniel Chacón speaks with author and world traveler, Santiago Vaquera-Vásquez. They discuss a wide range of topics, including travel, artificial intelligence, and tacos in Poland.

Santiago Vaquera-Vásquez’s literary work has been published in anthologies in Spain, Italy, Latin America, and the United States, including Malos Elementos. Relatos sobre la corrupción social (2012); En la frontera: i migliori raconti della letteratura chicana (2008); Pequeñas resistencias 4 (2005); Se habla español (2000); and Líneas aéreas (1998). His stories have also appeared in journals including Etiqueta Negra, Los Noveles, Paralelo Sur, Revista 0, Camino Real, and Ventana Abierta. He has been invited to give readings from his work at universities and conferences in Spain, Mexico, Colombia, and the United States. His academic work on US/Mexico border cultures has been published in journals and anthologies in Mexico and the United States. He has also presented this work at international conferences.

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Originally aired on August 13, 2023