Over a round of yerba mate is where I’ve heard the best storytellers. In these circles of trust, tongues and tales become tangible and ideas are formed. Before the written word came to lay claim of colonial histories around the world, this is how my ancestors passed on our truths in conversations as such. And precisely in this manner is how Angie Cruz’s fourth novel How Not To Drown In a Glass of Water speaks to us.
Alba by Mariella Solano – Interview and Review by Natalia Figueroa Barroso Alba is featured in Flickerfest: Best of Australian Shorts screening at Riverside Theatres, 7 May. Tickets on sale. […]