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Our Yucatan: Tales And Poems, Mostly True, But Laced With Artistic License

“Sure to become a collector’s item, this vibrant portrait of life in Yucatan, in English prose and poetry, offers a rare glimpse into a unique time and place.”—C.M. Mayo, author of The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire“An engaging blend of Yucatan tales! At times melancholy, at times comical, they are certainly at all times stories told straight from the heart.”—Jeanine Kitchel, author of Maya 201...

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Print Length: 90 pages
Publisher: Hamaca Press (October 7, 2012)
Publication Date: October 7, 2012
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Language: English
ASIN: B009KQ3K2U
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Revealed, Demystifying the Prophecy, and Where the Sky is Born: Living in the Land of the Maya.“A delight! From baseball to hurricane, the Writers Group has put together a collection of insightful anecdotes and delightful fiction, giving an inside view into life in the Yucatan. The Writers’ Group is in the vanguard of Merida’s burgeoning community of writers.”—Grant Spradling, author of Maya Sacrifice“Have you ever dreamed of pulling up stakes and starting over in an exotic locale? That’s what the writers in Our Yucatan have done, and their book is a charming collection of stories and poems about a vibrant new place and time in their lives. The Merida Writers’ Group debut will appeal to armchair travelers with dreams of getting away from it all, as well as anyone who loves a good story.”—Joe Meyers, Hearst Newspapers“OUR YUCATAN is an enjoyable look into life in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula by the talented Merida Writers’ Group. Whether you know the area well or have never visited, you’ll enjoy reading these poems and stories about life in this special place. Bravo!”—Nancy Dardarian, writer for Mexico Today, M! Magazine (Mazatlan), editor of www.thetruthaboutmexico.com, and blogger at www.countdowntomexico.comAbout the Authors:Maryetta Ackenbom: Though she’s called many countries home, fifteen of the best years of Maryetta’s life have been in Colonia Itzimná, Merida. Why? Because retirement has given her time to ponder, and to write, and Merida has been her inspiration. Maryetta was appointed editor of this book.Lorraine Baillie Bowie, PhD: Rainie, author and noted sex and relationship therapist is author of Win At Love! 5 Hidden Forces To Make It Happen and blogs at www.totallywinatlove.com.Lorna-Gail Dallin: A highlight of her writing life came to her recently when she clued into the fact that she has been writing all her life and not just since she “retired.” Through her several careers she has written advertising copy, promotional copy, exhortation copy, minutes of meetings, annual reports, mission statements, grants, proposals, newsletters, love letters, and letters home.Theresa Díaz Gray: Theresa authored the gardening chapter in the second edition of Living in Merida and is writing a book about food. She blogs at www.theresainmerida.blogspot.mx.Robert E. Jack: Sailor, lawyer, sometimes writer, Bob lives in Centro, Merida, when he is not pursuing adventures on his sailboat.Marianne Kehoe: Marianne's poems are part of a collection, Sidewalk Symphony, being bilingually published by Yucatan’s Cultural Institute.Gwen Lane: Gwen is a California native who is working on Triplet Tales, her adventures of loving and living with triplets.Patricia Mathisen: Patricia is a recent escapee from the bureaucracy of Washington, D.C., who finds living in Merida to be a daily gift of learning, adventure, and pure pleasure.Cherie Pittillo: Wildlife/travel photographer Cherie is published in books and magazines. Her MA in biology underscores her love for the outdoors.Joanna van der Gracht de Rosado: Joanna moved from Vancouver to Merida in 1976. There, she and her husband raised their family and founded a college. Her book, Magic Made in Mexico, was published in 2010. She blogs at http://writingfrommerida.com.