Subcomandante Marcos bibliography

Subcomandante Marcos (center, wearing brown cap) in Chiapas.

Subcomandante Marcos is the de facto spokesman for the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), a Mexican rebel movement. He was also known as Delegado Cero during the EZLN's Other Campaign (20062007), and since May 2014 has gone by the name Subcomandante Galeano.

Marcos is an author, political poet, and outspoken opponent of globalization, capitalism and neo-liberalism. Marcos wants the Mexican constitution changed to recognize the rights of the country's indigenous Mexicans.[1] The internationally known guerrillero has been described as a "new" and "postmodern" Che Guevara, or a cross between Mad Max and Zorro.[1][2] Published translations of his writings, speeches and interviews exist in at least fourteen languages.

Publications[]

A selection of Subcomandante Marcos' published writings in the original Spanish and translated into various other languages

Basque[]

Marcos Komandanteordea [Subcomandante Marcos] (2003). Zapataren koloreak [Zapatista Colours]. Navarra, Spain: Txalaparta, 2003. ISBN 8481362700.

Chinese[]

蒙面骑士: 墨西哥副司令马科斯文集 [The Masked Knight: Mexico's Subcomandante Marcos]. 上海 [Shanghai], 中国 [China]:上海人民出版社 [Shanghai People's Publishing House]. 2006. ISBN 7208062609.

English[]

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German[]

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Indonesian[]

Italian[]

Japanese[]

Russian[]

Spanish[]

Swedish[]

Turkish[]

References[]

  1. ^ a b BBC Profile: The Zapatistas' mysterious leader by Nathalie Malinarich, March 11, 2001
  2. ^ Zapatistas Launch ‘Other’ Campaign by Ramor Ryan, The Indypendent, January 12, 2006