Josefina Méndez López is one of the master weavers of Teotitlán del Valle, a Mexican pueblo famous for its woolen carpets with Zapotec designs.
In my unconscious exists a cave where I often hide out. The cave has been there forever, but I only recently brought a detailed image back with me when I woke.
Mundell is a master of the darkly funny and tenderly magical, and this collection is a triumph of female empowerment.
A book I recently fell in love with is Chouette by Claire Oshetsky. It’s a feminist fable about motherhood, neurodiversity, and society’s harrowing straight jacket.
Joshua Tree National Park is a must-see. My photos don't do it justice. The park has many hiking trails and picknick spots and offers generous vistas of beauty.
From the first chapter of this novel in stories by debut author Julie Zuckerman, I knew I was in expert hands. She not only paints a warm and nuanced portrait of a family, she also gives a detailed insight into…