Francisco Martín Moreno

Author of 27 historical novels, Francisco is today, the most read writer in Mexico. He has millions of readers from Mexico, the United States, and Europe. The first editions of Martín Moreno´s novels have always been less than 100 thousand copies, an unseen circulation in Mexico.

In addition to having extensively researched and recreated the history of Mexico, Martín Moreno has received several national and foreign awards for both his literary and journalistic work, having published to date more than 4,000 columns in Mexican and European newspapers.

The main objective of their conferences is not only to analyze the origins of Mexican backwardness, but to tell off the advantages of a new economic and social reality after revealing the tools that Mexico has to build the country we all dream of.

To date, Francisco Martín Moreno is one of the most outstanding opinion leaders in Mexico, not only through his journalistic columns, but through his participation in radio and television programs of great appeal to the public.

Some of his best-known novels and essays:
• MÉXICO NEGRO
• LAS CICATRICES DEL VIENTO
• LA DISCULPA
• LA RESPUESTA
• CARTAS A UN MEXICANO
• MÉXICO SEDIENTO
• LAS GRANDES TRAICIONES DE MÉXICO
• MÉXICO MUTILADO
• MÉXICO ACRIBILLADO
• ARREBATOS CARNALES I
• 100 MITOS DE LA HISTORIA DE MÉXICO
• MÉXICO ENGAÑADO
MÉXICO ESCLAVIZADO

Because of his extensive experience as a historian, political analyst, opinion leader and columnist in national and international newspapers, he has lectured in the United States, Switzerland, Spain, Germany and of course in Mexico in various universities, business and political forums, his acute analysis of Mexico for the future based on the origins of the country’s backwardness, he is passionate about issues such as the hidden face of Mexico, education, development, political environment and democracy. Recognized in various fields for his love and passion in researching the most controversial passages of the country’s political and religious history embodied in his essays, novels, columns and conferences.