Carlos Aceves grew up in the upper valley area of west Texas near El Paso and has been an elementary school teacher for over 20 years. After publishing articles about education in professional journals, he took a stab at writing fiction in 2007 when Floricanto Press published Diadema, a mystery based on actual events involving stolen human skeletal remains, the mysticism of a local archaeological site, and one of the central characters passion for his Mexican indigenous heritage. A second literary effort came in the form of a spiritual “self-help” book titled Nine Seasons: Beyond 2012 published the Indigenous Cultures Institute based out of San Marcos, Texas. He is currently working on another novel, Mati and the end of the world, a semi sci-fi story that includes Mexican matachin dancers, a Shoshone Medicine Man, two love stories, and of course, the end of the world.
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