Author Archives: American Chilanga

An afternoon stroll in Santa María la Ribera

My new neighborhood claimed it could make me many memories. I’ve been here since September and can believe it to be true, though graffiti won over the wall that had told me so in an ongoing battle between the street … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, History, Places, Prose | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Jacaranda Bliss

Thousands of tiny lavender trumpets blossom into the urban terrain, prominently announcing spring’s arrival in a city that otherwise relies on subtleties to know that a season has changed. A habitual walk in the park becomes a surreal experience—a stroll … Continue reading

Posted in Prose, Whims | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Inspired by Mexico: Doctor Corso

Doctor Corso is a painter who combines historical painting techniques with a contemporary rhetoric that is influenced by art therapy, dreams, and the power of color in triggering emotions. He also conducts research in the field of applied creativity. See … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Inspired by Mexico, Prose | Leave a comment