Feb 17, 2021
Take a step back. How many of the legends we've tripped owe themselves in some part to a little tale out of Mexico?
Whether La Llorona touches on universal themes or pops her head up to influence new ones, the story of her children and curse has gained popularity recently. But the legend is not new. Tripping on Legends invites Jaime Gonzalez in to discuss the legend and explain how his artwork is connected to the legends.
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