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He had warned us. This wouldn’t be your travel agent’s Mexico, no rent-a-moped-and-go-out-for-margaritas vacation.
The air-conditioned shuttle jerked through traffic on overbuilt thoroughfares into a safe, pathetically normal tourist Mecca.
A look at the frailty of life and brutality of death.
Tradition, betrayal and pain dance together in this poem.
On the sensitivities and cruel memories of youth.
What can you buy on a street? A song of surprise.
A poem/dialogue on possibility and impossibility.
An ironic and brutal look at corporate life.
On fortune, reading, and love of the other.
An original take on Greek tragedy in this extract from a longer work.
On the synaesthesia of aroma and art in the Herrera-Harfuch collection.