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San Miguel Writers’ Conference & Literary Festival

How can we be more culturally sensitive in these challenging times? When is it OK to write about experiences that aren’t our own? These are two of the questions that international faculty members and attendees at the San Miguel Writers’ Conference & Literary Festival will debate in February 2021.

Every year, authors and passionate book lovers from Mexico, Canada, and the United States converge in the colonial-era city of San Miguel de Allende for five days of workshops, cultural events, and keynotes. “I really love

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