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Presenting Maya populations in various locations and situations, contributors to "Maya America" discuss the complications and nuances for what it means to be Maya, or a person of the Americas, as borders are spanned geographically, socially, and psychologically. Maya America is an interdisciplinary and open access journal that publishes in English and Spanish. Academic essays are double-blind peer reviewed while the creative works are peer reviewed. Authors keep full rights over their work


Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 3 (2020) STORIES FROM A TOWN IN GUATEMALA

Guest Co-editor: Hana Muzika Kahn, Temple University

Full Issue TItle: STORIES FROM A TOWN IN GUATEMALA - TZIJONΪK RICHIN JUN TINAMΪTAJ CHI IXIMULEW - HISTORIAS DE UN PUEBLO DE GUATEMALA

Maya America and Yax Te’ Books team up for this special edition of the journal in order to present a new trilingual book of memories, traditions and stories from the department of Chimaltenango, Guatemala.

Cover drawing from the story “you shouldn’t reject black corn” supplied by Ediciones Maya’ Na’oj, 13 calle 0-29 zona 1, Guatemala

Front Matter

Literature and Stories

Cover drawing from the story “you shouldn’t reject black corn” supplied by  Ediciones Maya’ Na’oj,  13 calle 0-29 zona 1, Guatemala