21st October 2016 Winchester School of Art. An artist talk and discussion with art students across the Department.
19th January 2015 Foyles, London. A talk about the creative journey of making a graphic novel as an artist.
4th October 2014 For the symposium InDialogue– Talk with artist Hester Reeve, about our experience in implementing Bohmian Dialogue in the art school. Nottingham, UK. http://indialogue2014.wordpress.com/presenters-2014/presenters/
23 July 13 For the seminar Languages, Identity and Work. University of Sheffield, and Languages Sheffield. Talk: A Writer— The Role of the Mother Tongue When Living in a Foreign Country. In the English Literature Department- Jessop West Exhibition space, 34 Gell Street. Free registration with lunch provided. Enquiries and registration email@example.com
25 April 13 Guest speaker at the European Commission project Tynet 50+ Bastad, Sweden. Talk: Long Distance to Mexico: Affection in Language and Technology.
10 April 13 Guest speaker at University College Cork. Network of Multilinguism. Cork, Ireland. Invited by the Embassy of Mexico in Dublin, Ireland. Talk: A Writer Living Abroad or Emotion in the Mother Tongue.
9 April 13 Guest speaker at Instituto Cervantes Dublin. Invited by the Embassy of Mexico in Dublin, Ireland. Talk: A Writer Living Abroad or Emotion in the Mother Tongue.
20 March 13 Reading of short stories at Octopus Prose Night. The Riverside. Sheffield, UK.
7 March 13 Talk and workshop at SHU Fest, Sheffield Hallam University. Stretching the Micro Story: Once Upon a Time Latin America.
29 Nov 12 Morning workshop part of the Latin American Week, Silverdale school. Sheffield. Creative Writing and Mexican Tertulia.
2 Nov 12 Reading of my short stories, in one of the four days Day of the Dead Celebration. Cantor building Sheffield Hallam University. An event by the Latin American Community in Sheffield University and Sheffield Hallam University.
1 Nov 12 Sheffield University, The Institute for Lifelong Learning, Hispanic Studies. Talk: The Alive Culture of the Day of the Dead, followed by the reading of one of my short stories and group analysis.