A series of poems about the limbo that is being a first generation immigrant and the ways it’s represented in what is considered your culture, as experienced following the author’s first visit to her family home in Mexico. It’s a loving portrayal of the ways in which one belongs and the ways one doesn’t depicted via the vibrancy of the city of Aguascalientes, Mexico.

Printed at a small London printing studio on 150gsm silk stock with a thick 250gsm cover. All images included were taken on this trip on 35mm film and depict the inspiration for the literature.

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