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La Llorona

This is a story that the old ones have been telling to children for hundreds of years. It is a sad tale, but it lives strong in the memories of the people, and there are many who swear that it is true. 724 more words


La Llorona

Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars. — Khalil Gibran


Mi Monita

It was 8 p.m. and Dominga’s mother was telling her to go to bed. Doña Ermosa was really strict about Dominga’s bed time. According to her, eleven hours of sleep was good for little girls. 1,553 more words


Short Story - La Llorona

Recently I was given the challenge of writing a short story based upon an old myth. 

I chose to write about The Weeping Woman of the North Rim. 401 more words

Creative Writing

Call for Poetry Submissions - Southwest Persona Poems

Poetry of the American Southwest, No. 2, Persona Poems Submission period: July 1 – November 30, 2015

Editors Scott Wiggerman and Cindy Huyser are looking for well-crafted poems written in personae associated with the Southwest region of the United States — poems that demonstrate a strong connection to the land, history, and/or culture of the region.

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Q & A: The Cliffhouse Haunting

Our readers have been asking questions about our new novel, The Cliffhouse Haunting.  We’ve collected some up to answer here.

Is the Cliffhouse Lodge based on a real hotel? 2,180 more words


MAG00N - La Llorona (Prod. by Pancho Killa)

Met MAG00N last night. I listened to “La Llorona” or The Weeping Woman. If unfamiliar with the hispanic legend, it tells of a woman who drowned her children for love. 53 more words