The Volcanoes from Puebla
About the Book
The Volcanoes from Puebla is an account of the author’s experiences in Mexico when he was twenty-three years old. Originating in pocket notebooks, composed of 175 sections in alphabetical order, it is a postmodern Bildungsroman. Part novel, memoir, autobiography, travel book, and motorcycle journal, The Volcanoes from Puebla is a poetic and sensitive appreciation of a fascinating country.
“Structured as an ‘album’ of personal observations and vignettes, it not only reflects Mexico’s own allure, but draws the reader back to its pages time and time again. Highly recommended!”
—Carl Franz, author of The People’s Guide to Mexico
About the Author
Kenneth Gangemi has published one book of poetry, Lydia and four works of fiction: Olt, a novel, Corroboree, a book of nonsense, The Interceptor Pilot, a cinematic novel about Vietnam, and The Volcanoes from Puebla about living and traveling in Mexico. He lives in New York City, where he is working on a novel and second collection of poetry.