Santo llamando a Lunave

It’s been a while since my last post in this space. Apparently having a job is very time-consuming, but it is also very rewarding since I get to do what I like. I spent most of my days writing for Mundo Hispánico in Atlanta, Georgia, where the Republican-led government approved and signed an Arizona-like law. You can figure that gives for a lot of scribbling.

Nonetheless, I didn’t want to leave this space vacant and decided to drop a line to catch up and visit this old spot. I promise to have some updates soon. In the meantime, I leave you guys with the video for the song that gives title to this posting.

About Gustavo Martínez Contreras

was born in Texas, brewed in Mexico City, seasoned in the Mexico-United States border, aged walking the streets of Philadelphia. He had a short-lived stint eating grits, fried chicken, and peaches in Atlanta. He later became a béisbol writer for El Diario de Nueva York. He has written about immigrant communities in English, Spanish, and some Spanglish. Although he does not have a shelf full of awards, Gustavo has received thank you notes and hugs from people who have trusted him with their stories. His work has appeared in Voices of New York, El Diario/La Prensa, Dallas’ Al Día, The Philadelphia Public School Notebook, Philadelphia Weekly, Radio Bilingüe, Latina Lista, Spot.us, among others. He is currently pursuing a master's degree at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
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