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Latinamerican Poetry: Female voices that marked history

Latinamerican Poetry: Female voices that marked history

With out these women, South American poesy wouldn’t be what it is today

“Our dead world” by Liliana Colanzi

Latam BookLook: “Our dead world” by Liliana Colanzi

From Bolivia, this author brings us stories full of magical realism, science fiction, and truths between the lines

#MeToo

Latam BookLook: “#MeToo: Essays” edited by Lori Perkins

About how and why this happened, what it means, and how to make sure it never happens again

What names are Latin parents choosing for their babies?

What names are Latin parents choosing for their babies?

In the past year, these are the preferred names by parents of Latin American countries

“The Gun Club” by Robert Fowler

Latam BookLook: “The Gun Club” by Robert Fowler

This book promises a faithful look at World War II in the Pacific

“The Story of my Teeth” by Valeria Luiselli

Latam BookLook: “The Story of my Teeth” by Valeria Luiselli

The picaresque novel of the Twenty First Century?

Teotihuacán's underground mysteries

Teotihuacán's underground mysteries

This ancient city in Mexico may hold answers to questions historians and archeologists have been asking for decades

Paraguay: natives seek political representation

Paraguay: natives seek political representation

According to the 2012 census, Paraguay has more than 112.000 natives

Is the arepa Colombian or Venezuelan?

Is the arepa Colombian or Venezuelan?

Both countries claim the authorship of the dish

Colombian indigenous tribe

Colombian indigenous tribe bans female genital mutilation

The Embera Chamí leaders compromised to eliminate this practice