Homero Aridjis was born in Contepec, Michoacán to a Greek father and a Mexican mother. One of Mexico’s foremost poets and novelists, he is also a journalist, an environmental activist, and a former diplomat. He has written fifty books of poetry and prose.
Excerpt of Carne de Diosby Homero Aridjis, translated from the Spanish by Chloe Garcia Roberts
María Sabina was no stranger to thresholds, she saw invisible creatures, the sacred mushrooms spoke through her—with her voice.