My new location is on the Caribbean, one of Colombia’s oldest continuously settled colonial cities, founded in 1525 as a port for shipping out gold, silver and other precious metals and for bringing in enslaved people.
The author, Ingrid Rojas Contreras, stamps my book copy with a design prepared for such occasions, that of the flowers of the borrachero tree (see photo above) and a fragment from her novel: "We were rich in our stories."
Un extracto de mi libro recientemente publicado, Mensajes Desde Colombia: Messages from Colombia (2019), 48 páginas.
An excerpt from my recently published book, Mensajes Desde Colombia: Messages from Colombia (2019), 48 pp.
If a writing “territory” exists in which I know more than others, it might be the Presbyterian Church (USA) peace-accompaniment program in Colombia (or the 1971-72 Washington Redskins).