The last Tuesday of the month is a time for Mérida’s community of writers to meet and mingle. Connect with fellow writers and read from your manuscript on an open mic.
A preview of “Reyes Ríos + Larraín: Lugar, Materia y Pertenencia,” a much-anticipated book by the famous Mérida architect Salvador Reyes Ríos and Josefina Larraín.
“Rogue One” star Diego Luna comes to the UADY campus today to discuss a book that made waves across the country last year.
The last Wednesday of the month is a time for Mérida’s community of writers to meet and mingle.
The increasing impact of novelists, poets and memoirists on the Mérida social scene has made author Grant Spradling happy he reconsidered moving away a decade ago.
The pair behind the travel blog Wandertooth have published an adult coloring book depicting the vibrant streets and landscapes of Mexico, Mérida included.
The 93-year-old expat cookbook author has reissued “Nothing Fancy,” with some updates that reflect years of living in Mexico.
Mexican writer Juan Villoro praised the political value of art “amid the horror” and impunity in Mexico while accepting the 2016 Jose Emilio Pacheco Excellence in Letters Prize at FILEY, the 5th Yucatan International Book Fair.
Annie Kelly and Tim Street-Porter’s next book focuses on cutting-edge residential design on the Yucatán Peninsula. Here is an excerpt.
He’s a photographer, she’s a writer. For Rizzoli books, they have chronicled the best of the world’s architecture and interiors. Now, it’s Mérida’s turn.