Traditional mortuary rites are no longer enough in Mexico, where a new trade has come to exist over the past few years:continuar leyendo
Translated by @ellen_c_jones , can be found in LET’S TALK ABOUT YOUR WALL, a collection of Mexican writers weighing in on the immigration crisis. LET’S TALK ABOUT YOUR WALL is out 10/15 from @thenewpress Unlocked from BOMB #153
REPORTERS, POETS, ACADEMICS, ARTISTS, DOCUMENTALISTS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, WRITERS, INVESTIGATORS. WE ARE COMPANIONS WHO HAVE BEEN WALKING TOGETHER FOR A DECADE. Our intention has been to tell of violence from the perspective of a women’s body. We think of it, that violence, as a stone falling into a lake. Like waves that expand, that advance in space,
Novelist Boullosa (The Book of Anna) and Literaliaeditor-in-chief Quintero collect Mexican perspectives on President Trump’s border wall, the history of U.S.-Mexico relations, and the nature of citizenship and sovereignty in this wide-ranging and eye-opening anthology. In “Snow and Borders,” linguist Yásnaya Elena Aguilar Gil examines how the creation of nation-states and borders “prevent[ed] free passage
Traditional mortuary rites are no longer enough in Mexico, where a new trade has come to exist over the past few years: that of the bone searchers. In Veracruz, one of the deadliest states in Mexico, six men have the job of digging through clandestine graves for the human remains hidden there. For the most
MEXICO CITY The man who killed who sent my parents to their death, along with thousands of other people, died while under house arrest a few weeks ago. He was 90 years old and serving 14 life sentences. Death has died, and yet it brings me no joy. In Argentina, murderers bought groceries at the
Ayotzinapa, horas eternas es documento de uno de los crímenes más emblemáticos en la historia reciente de México.