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The Merida English Library Community Cookbook is the result of teamwork. Photo: Yucatan Magazine Over 150 recipes have...
Between the Lines had barely gotten started when it was swept up in a global pandemic that shut down the...
A U.S.-born movement to promote diversity comes to Merida.
The "Anthology of American Women Expats" collects testimony from 27 women "who made the move and couldn’t be happier."
The epic book, “Mercados," Chef David Sterling's posthumous followup to 2013's also-exhaustive “Yucatán” cookbook/travelogue, couldn't have been completed without the efforts of his colleague, Chef Mario Canul.
These crispy “empanadas” with vegetarian toppings aren't what they seem. Photo: Mercados / University of Texas Press David...
'Mercados' explores all of Mexico and shares vivid images, enticing recipes
A former columnist for the Mazatlán Messenger has written "The Gringo Guide to Mexico," in two volumes.
At 89, writer Grant Spradling has the meaning of life figured out. The former pastor, bartender, Broadway singer, vagabond, and child of the Oklahoma Dust Bowl years says, “The purpose of life is to live.”
After more than 20 years of research, a retired biologist has released a vividly illustrated book devoted to Yucatán's palm trees.
Francisco Martin Moreno's new novel is set in Yucatán's golden age, and its protagonist is the son of a large henequen producer who discovers the brutal working conditions in his father’s hacienda.
"Rogue One" star Diego Luna comes to the UADY campus today to discuss a book that made waves across the country last year.
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 93-year-old expat cookbook author has reissued "Nothing Fancy," with some updates that reflect years of living in Mexico.
Annie Kelly and Tim Street-Porter's next book focuses on cutting-edge residential design on the Yucatán Peninsula. Here is an excerpt.
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