Leijia Hanrahan is a poet, translator, and travel writer presently based in New York City, with previous residences in London and Santiago, Chile. Her work has appeared internationally, in print and online, with her next piece set to be published in the third issue of Commune Magazine. She is also currently finishing a chapbook. More of her work can be found at leijiahanrahan.com.
Articles by Leijia Hanrahan
The regions of Biobío and Araucanía, which lie somewhere in the middle of the 2,653 miles that stretch from Chile’s top to bottom, are nevertheless known as “the south.” A tourism hot spot for culture, handicrafts, and its pastoral landscape, this area is also a center of conflict— the indigenous … Read moreCentral and South America Indigenous Social Responsibility