From the Editors

Eva Hunter talks about our fourth year in SOL.

We hope you will SUBSCRIBE.


A break-in, hospital woes on the reservation, a mutual incomprehension, a wild ride: all this in our March issue, and more––a foreigner finds a word on a sign written in his own language, someone still fighting over Vietnam.


A Grandmother’s funeral brings more to light than expected.


From Pistoleros and a colored horse, to La Llorona (a well-known Mexican legend), ruins and hurry-up wagons and small treasures, clouds, love, fog. It’s all here this issue.

Author Bios

Who’s here and why.


Sources we think you should know.

Call for Submissions

What you want us to see.

End Paper

Occasional musings from the editors or their guests.

Lynda Schor tells a good dog tale.

Past Issues

October 2013

March 2013

March 2012

October 2012

November 2011

July 2011

March 2011

November 2010

July 2010


Executive Editor: Eva Hunter

Chief Assistant Editor: Carolyn Roberts

Poetry Editor: Judyth Hill

Fiction Editor: Lynda Schor

Nonfiction Editor: Carolyn Roberts

Media Editor: Marge Fahey

Editor-At-Large: Laura Juliet Wood

Contributing Editor: Bill Pearlman

Logo Design: Fiona Hernández

Copyright to all writing included within is held by individual writers. No content in SOL: English Writing in Mexico may be reproduced in any form without express permission of the author. July 2010.

Sol : English writing in Mexico. March 2012

[San Miguel de Allende, Mexico : Writer’s Workshop San Miguel]

Two no. a year.

Editor: Eva Hunter

Running title: Sol literary magazine.


1. American literature–Mexico–San Miguel de Allende–Periodicals. 2. Canadian

literature–Mexico–San Miguel de Allende–Periodicals. I. Title: English writing

in Mexico. II. Title: Sol literary magazine.


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