A new hot-air balloon with bold graphics and deep symbolism represents Indigenous culture in New Mexico.
Author: Maria Manuela
Maria Manuela is a writer, curator and model based in Santa Fe, where she was born and raised. Currently, she is writing a short story collection of magical realism folk stories based in the Southwest.
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