Adam Lacroft is an ordinary teenage boy. He hates math, but who doesn’t, he gets decent grades, he’s surrounded by hot girls (including his best friend Erica who is a gorgeous curvy redhead), and he has his whole life ahead of him. Or so he thinks...
The roots of magic realism in literature can be traced to the early twentieth century and the works of Jorge Luis Borges and Alejo Carpentier.
It’s not easy to get published. It’s even harder to get recognized. When it comes to lower income countries like Bolivia, getting recognized is a lot harder.
Sao Paulo used to be known for it’s insane traffic, but then Covid hit.
Misiones is Argentina’s jungle province. It is the home of the Iguazu falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. It’s also a biodiversity hotspot.
There are many speculative fiction sub-genres associated with America: Both North and South. When I think of South America, I think of magic realism.
Empires are possibly one of the biggest of human constructs. They last for hundreds of years, encompass huge swaths of territory, and play a huge role in advancing civilization, usually with a heavy human cost.
"That may be your story. I am not the one to tell you what is true. I am telling you a story. On this earth, we have to choose the story we tell, because it affects us – it affects how we live."
Kgosi Sechele (1812 – 1892) was the ruler of the Kwêna tribe of the Tswana people. He was converted to Christianity by David Livingstone.
The Orishas are the native gods of the Yoruba people who inhabit western Africa.