“You are not alone.” Clouds of self-doubt nearly kept Pamela Trujillo Fernández from joining our writer workshop in Puebla, Mexico, this June. “I was forgetting my call and no matter how hard I tried, I could not get unstuck,” wrote the 23-year-old university student with a blog for young women. “But in the end I
Timazi Magazine of Kenya recently featured part one of “Big Day,” a comic strip birthed by friendships made at MAI’s LittWorld 2012 conference. There John and Maggie Gathuku, who lead the Christian youth magazine, met Mexican illustrator José Carlos Gutiérrez (right in photo below) and author Ivanova Nono Fotso of Cameroon (left in photo). José
January 10-11, 2013 “I had been asking God what else I needed to do to turn the publishing house around,” said Ruth Mozo, general director of Ediciones Las Américas (ELA), a firm located among the cobblestone streets and colorful shops of Puebla, Mexico. Her prayers were answered during a two-day consulting visit in
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