© Monserrat Vazquez del Mercado
Mexico occupies a unique place in Latin American writing; writers such as D.H. Lawrence, Roberto Bolaño, Gabriel García Márquez, Graham Greene, John Steinbeck, and William S. Burroughs lived in and were influenced by Mexico in abundant ways; it is the birthplace of real (and imaginary literary movements) such as los Crack or the Crack Movement (that includes Segio Pitol and Jorge Volpi) and Visceral realism.
Essays by Raúl Bravo Aduna and Jesse Tangen-Mills. Art by Maria Teresa Palacios and Monserrat Vazquez del Mercado and Photography by Eleanor L. Bennet.
Poetry by Margarita Ríos-Farjat, Camila de la Parra, Ingrid Valencia, Fernando Bonilla, Fer de la Cruz and an interview with Jack Little.