Two narrative books from CETYS Editorial were presented in the International Book Fair in Baja California University (FIL-UABC)

Reminiscences and memories from a writer who began as a journalist and is part of the immigration to Baja California, people who have arrived from all the country’s corners to set home in a generous land that grants opportunities and opens its heart to the souls that try to make of Mexicali, Tijuana, Ensenada, Tecate or Rosarito their home, but have forgotten the motherland, their hometowns and birthplaces, as author Patricio Bayardo did during the first day of the International Book Fair of the University of Baja California (UABC in Spanish)
Memories of a life that has taken Bayardo to all kinds of professional scenarios and places, a life in which literature has been the vehicle through which he has been able to express and tell tales and stories of his own life as well as others’ .

The dean’s Hall of the University of Baja California was crowded with CETYS students as well as UABC alumni and personalities of the editorial field, to share a brief conversation with Bayardo and CETYS Vice Dean Alberto Gárate, both shared their literary feelings and the relevance of narrative and literature with part of what has been helping us to keep our life inventory as well as the legacy of those who have been here before us.
As part of La Panoplia del Centauro CETYS narrative collection in which two books, Noon, Stories of a forgotten Mexico, by Patricio Bayardo and A garden with wings by Doctor Alberto Garate, which were presented in the first day of the International Fair of the University of Baja California and which are excellent representatives of CETYS in this big event that every year gets more relevant and improves its contents.

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