Revue Magazine April 2019
We’re hoping that April brings spring showers but please not during Semana Santa. This year the Revue Semana Santa edition includes Women Hermandades, the sisterhood from Escuela de Cristo by Hada Cruz. As well, there are six procession maps we hope you find useful plus fabulous photos of past processions including images from the winners of the April photo contest.
For avid readers don’t miss the shout out Book Alerts featuring author Deborah Chandler’s A Textile Traveler’s Guide to Guatemala; Mary Jo McConahay’s The Tango War; and an overview from Mark Walker of Maya Gods and Monsters: Supernatural Stories from the Underworld and Beyond by Carol Karasik, illustrations by Alfonso Huerta.
Chef Amalia Moreno-Damgaard takes us to Oaxaca: A Culinary Mecca and the Advertiser Index will guide you on places to go, things to do, and fun to be had. For business listings, information, maps, and the April Events Calendar, it’s all just a click away to The Antigua Guide.
Thank you to our readers for embracing the new Revue e-zine format. We’re getting some very nice comments, including folks who hadn’t realized how versatile and easy it is to read and navigate from one page to the next. The interactivity is the icing on the cake.
We also want to express our appreciation to so many advertisers who partnered with us in the print Revue and now within the online format. Together we hope to continue offering what we think is the best of Guatemala, fabulous photographs, current events and articles that you won’t read anywhere else.
Happy April 2019 everyone ~ in the meantime, photographers we’re looking forward to seeing your images for May of Flowers in Guatemala.