Señales que precederán al fin del mundo por Yuri Herrera
Balas de plata by Élmer Mendoza
As far as I know, none of the other four "honorary Mexicans" committed to reading something for Mexicanos perdidos en México (2016) with me has gotten around to reviewing a Mexican title for the event yet. The good news is that they--and you, should you choose to join us--still have until May 15th to get off the schneid. The bad news is that my own two links above obviously constitute a rather puny pretext for posting this end of the month wrap-up list! To help make up for that, here's an interesting February 2016 post from The Modern Novel blog on This is what there is (not): literature in Mexico 2016 (itself based on a piece by Geney Beltrán Félix) to help tide you over to March. Speaking of which, my own Mexican reading plans for March include fiction by Nellie Campobello, Elena Garro and/or Valeria Luiselli, nonfiction by Sergio González Rodríguez and maybe Juan Villoro, and fiction + nonfiction in the form of Sergio Pitol's genre-bending El mago de Viena. I'm trying to alternate Spanish and English blog posts here these days, by the way, but hopefully that means there will eventually be something for everybody in the language of your choice. Or not. Hasta pronto.