Editor, Mexico: A Traveler's Literary Companion

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"Discovering it was like opening a door and walking into a brightly lit room filled with all kinds of literary treasures"
Mexico Connect

"This delicious volume has lovingly gathered a banquet of pieces that reveal Mexico in all its infinite variety, its splendid geography, its luminous peoples. What a treat!"
Margaret Sayers Peden, editor, Mexican Writers on Writing

The stories are as rich, diverse, colorful, and as full of surprises as the country and the people they portray. The more I read, the more interested I became to travel through Mexico again to explore the remote and magical places described in the stories. If you are planning a trip to Mexico and would like to explore Mexico’s rich literary tradition, Mexico: A Traveler’s Literary Companion is a great book to bring along.
Transitions Abroad

"This book... may go on to find its place, very naturally, as one of the outstanding contemporary works on this country"
David Huerta, El Universal, Mexico City
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"This is a book to throw in a suitcase or mochila (backpack) on the way to Mexico or just settling into a favorite patio chair. It will open your eyes, fill you with pleasure and render our perennial vecinos a little less distante."
Los Angeles Times Book Review
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"This delightful anthology . . . allows readers who do not have roots in Mexico or who have never traveled there a glimpse into the rich diversity of people and landscape. For travelers, these selections enhance exploration and offer vistas beyond the scope of the usual tourist guide. For other readers, they provide a clearer understanding of the cultural and social forces that shape today's Mexico. Highly recommended."
Library Journal

Praise for the Traveler's Literary Companion Series:

"We can hear a country speak and better learn its secrets through the voices of its great writers. An engaging series— a compelling idea, thoughtfully executed."
Isabel Allende

"Each paperback is an anthology of short stories by fine local writers— a unique way to learn about a place."
National Geographic Traveler