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And Thereby Hangs a Tale

Congratulations to the multi-talented Anna Maconochie (UTV 2019, 2020 & 2021, fiction) on her gently surreal story of a marriage that takes the reader on a tour of the improbable. 

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Montserrat Rodríguez Ruelas Makes Waves with her First Novel

Tijuana-based writer Montserrat Rodríguez Ruelas, (UTV 2019, Beca La Güera Trigos), is touring Mexico with her first novel, Aunque es de noche, winner of the 2021 Amado Nervo National Short Novel Prize. A unique blend of reality and fantasy, the novel builds on short stories Montserrat brought to her master class in Tepoztlán with Alberto Chimal.

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When Deed Becomes Word

Simone Scriven (UTV 2019, journalism) has written a stunning, magisterial piece that traces the evolution of the word ecocide as a term analogous to genocide, a concept that is gradually moving into the world of international law.

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Knotty Girl in the News

Melissa Watkins (UTV 2022, Writing with a Sense of Wonder), aka Mel the Bookworm, reads deep and wide, with a collector’s eye for work that feeds her passion for science fiction and fantasy. She doesn’t just read, she reviews. Prolifically. And she writes. Also prolifically.

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Kirkus Raves. Brittany Means It!

You don’t get a review like this every day. According to Kirkus Review, Brittany Means (UTV, 2021), has written “a harrowing and soulful memoir to be read, savored, and reread.”

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Volcanistas de Chiapas se distinguen

La periodista Karla María Gutiérrez (San Cristóbal) y la poeta Enriqueta Lúnez (Chamula), ambas participantes en nuestra temporada de 2019, salieron al podio en Mujeres en el Arte y Cultura, un conservatorio llevado a cabo en San Cristóbal de las Casa, Chiapas, el 11 de marzo, en el marco del

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