Teresa Ponikvar is a former Matador editor, a current reluctant English teacher, and a future mini-farmer. She lives in rural Oaxaca, Mexico, with her husband, young son, and assorted animals and arthropods. She blogs here.
More cliches we’d like to see expunged from travel writing.Continue Reading →
They’re tired. Let them rest. Please.Continue Reading →
If we want to really be here…we have to leave.Continue Reading →
When my husband is annoyed with me, or pretending to be so, he calls me “hija de tu madre”–daughter of your mother.Continue Reading →
Teresa Ponikvar speaks with permaculture farmer Pablo Ruiz in Oaxaca, Mexico.Continue Reading →
“When it came time to try the brie, she commented on how it was completely covered in sperm.”Continue Reading →