GALERIA SIN FRONTERAS, LATINO SCIENCE FICTION AND ANGELA’S PHOTO OF THE WEEK AND ZOMBIE ATTACK AFTERMATH.
Hola Latinopians. Well, we have out technical difficulties behind us now. And we hope we wont be going off line for a long while. Thank you for your patience. If we ever go offline again, just keep checking in. You know us, we’ll siempre be back!
Your Tia Tenopia has two new blogs for you this week. Our long time friend and blogger Sara Inés Calderón returns to Latinopia with insights into Latino science fiction. And for those of you who enjoy science fiction, heads jup on an all-day conference on Latino Science Fiction to be convened at the University of California at Riverside this April 30th. Top Latino and Latina SF writers will be in attendance discussing the state of the art and may help answer Sara’s question–“Will there be Latinos and Latinas in the science fiction future?”
Eduardo Díaz, Director of the Washington D.C. based Smithsonian Latino Center weighs in with his MIRÁNDOLO BIEN blog–this week it’s all about a huge art show in Chicago at the National Mexican Museum of Art, “GALERIA SIN FRONTERAS.”
Our weekly blogger Angela Ortiz returns with her Photo of the Week, this week it’s “Morning Lines” and don’t miss Lazaro De La Tierra’s ongoing sage of ZOMBIE MEX DIARIES.
Enjoy this week on Latinopia!