Wednesday, December 26, 2018
Sunday, November 18, 2018
Greetings Greetings! MEXTASY Coming to California State University San Bernardino, November 27 @ 10am in the Pfau Library
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How can I leave a medium, Blogger, that gave my little book that could such a long run!? I couldn't! So here I am, back here, on blogger, to promote my Mextasy lecture, presentation, book-signing, rant, circus of desmadres coming to the California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB) the Tuesday after Thanksgiving--November 27 @ 10am in the Pfau Library, PL 5005! Free and open to the public! Thanks to LOS AMIGOS SPANISH CLUB and all the other sponsors--with special thanks to Profesora Bibiana Díaz-Rodríguez and my old partner in crime, Felipe Quetzalcoatl Quintanilla (Western University) for making it happen.
Here are some new prints for the show--they are all available in various formats (did you say "pillows"?) here: https://www.teepublic.com/user/mextasy
Dying for quicker, easier updates on Mextasy, Eyegiene/Eyegasm, Technosexualities, and all the other crazy things I am up to? Follow my antics here, here, here, and here!
Sunday, July 08, 2018
As with most of the images on the #textmex galleryblog, clicking the picture gives you a high-res version of the original scan.
Thanks to regular contributor Sergei Hasenecz for the links to these stories--here and here and here:
Tuesday, July 03, 2018
So, today, yet another Rita Hayworth posting, fueled by semiotic wonders gleaned from Dr. Macro's utterly wonderful celebrity photography page. Click any of the images for a high-rez version of the photograph.
For more on Rita, see my early essay on Hayworth, free and online here: https://eyegiene.sdsu.edu/nericcio/hayworthDERRIDA/ or, the final, extended essay meditation on Rita in Textmex available (with free #mextasy posters!) here: http://eyegiene.tictail.com/product/text-mex-seductive-hallucinations-of-the-mexican-in-america
Monday, May 14, 2018
Saturday, May 05, 2018
Throwback Saturday | The Week I Appeared as a Coverguy for San Diego Citybeat or Whatever Became of 'ChiChi BoomBoom, Le Woof'
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#throwback #repost … the heights of ridiculousness meets #mextasy in this snapshot from @sdcitybeat 2010, the Best of San Diego issue… the result of a collaboration with indy scribe legend @kinsee … Here was my backstory on my “circus of desmadres” alter ego: “The hinted-at bastard son of Margarita Dolores Cansino (aka, Rita Hayworth) and Ernesto “Che” Guevara, Generalisimo Guillermo “El Guli” García was born in Mérida, Mexico in 1957. Originally recruited by Ronald Reagan and Oliver North to serve as a rightwing fascist Contra in the United States’s secret wars against Nicaragua and the Sanidinistas, “El Guli” dropped out of the notorious School of the Americas in Panama (where, apparently he pantsed Manuel “Red Underwear” Noriega” causing a scandal) and ran off to Leiden, the Netherlands, where he studied literature, art, and philosophy while brilliantly starting a secret Utopian society based on free-love, hashish, India Pale Ale, and Indy music (perhaps the reason he has been seen frequenting North Park divebars of late). Teamed with his inimitable pooch “ChiChi BoomBoom, Le Woof” he aspires to once again rule benevolently over his adoring masses. For more on El Guli, check out his site. Rumors persist around City Beat central, the Generalisimo is actually Dr. William A. Nericcio, Director of the MALAS Program at SDSU. These claims are not to be believed and are thought to be the work of Tea Party operatives.”A post shared by William Nericcio (@william.nericcio) on
Monday, March 19, 2018
I don't put food on the table from the earnings of this blog--this labor of love only brings in the joy of encountering readers and fans who have found my efforts in Tex[t]-Mex useful, diverting, outrageous, and/or not a waste of time.
However, my day job is important as well--being a Professor of Cultural Studies & Literature at SDSU--there, this summer, I am teaching an American Literature class open to all majors, undergraduate & graduate.
More info here:
Toni Morrison's heralded first novel, The Bluest Eye, just one of the books you can read this summer in our English 525: Sex Drugs Rock class.
Posted by SDSU Department of English & Comparative Literature on Sunday, March 18, 2018
Monday, February 26, 2018
#repost from mextasy.blogspot.com |||| The TV Pilot for MEXTASY is Screening @ Franklin & Marshall College as Part of Their Spanish Film Festival #mextasy
More info: https://www.fandm.edu/academics/academic-distinctiveness/humanities/humanities-events-calendar/spanish-film-festival2
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Tomorrow I will appearing with Nicolas Reveles and a fabulous soprano star, Michelle Law, at the La Jolla Community Center—the guest of @sandiegoopera. Tickets and more info? Hit the link in my bio or go here: https://www.sdopera.org/engage/taste-of-opera
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Monday, February 12, 2018
Friday, February 09, 2018
Saturday, February 03, 2018
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Here's a direct link to the radio interview in the embedded post below.