Welcome to Literary Guanajuato!
A blog for readers or writers in Guanajuato and for those who would simply like to know more about this historic central Mexican city and its surroundings.
Posts will feature places to read or write; customs, color, and locations for scenes; visits with local readers and writers of all ages; literary events and publishers; Guanajuato-inspired writing; and answers to frequently asked questions.
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Emma Godoy, born in Guanajuato (1918) and died in Mexico City (1989), obtained a doctorate in letters from the National Autonomous University of Mexico and later studied philosophy at the Sorbonne. A professor and a writer, Godoy’s works include biographies, short...
Let’s start with a pleasant sound from daily life: patting gorditas into shape. When baking on a comal, they smell good, too. And stuffed with a filling of your choice, they taste great.
Why not riff off one of the legends set in Guanajuato’s callejones? The legend of the Callejón del Beso tells of the tragic love between a poor miner and the daughter of a man who demands that she marry money. One night the miner climbs to a balcony opposite the house...
On the corner of Sangre de Cristo and Temescuitate, Café Tal attracts residents and tourists who come to read, write, chat, or study Spanish. Some stop by Café Tal merely for the coffee. The roaster’s a beauty!