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An Interview with F.L. Light

F. L. Light is a poet, translator and dramatist. He is a prolific writer, and Amazon lists 65 of his works.  He also writes online, and two of his blogs can be found here: Solopassion and The Eleutherian Laureate. I recently … Continue reading

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Carnival and Flamenco

When one thinks of Carnival it brings up images of sambas in Rio de Janiero, or beads and confetti in the New Orleans’s Mardi Gras.   Most closely associated with Catholic culture, Carnival is the last bash before Lent.   While some … Continue reading

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Spain, tourism, and flamenco

Spain often is marketed as the land of passion, bullfights, flamenco, sun, and sand.  Blurring significant regional diversity, an almost comic-book version of its southern region, Andalucía, has been promoted as the public face of Spain – it has all … Continue reading

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