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RL Editorial: Weaving the Narrative of Mexican and Latin American Identity

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Revista Latina NC “EL lugar donde descubrimos muchas culturas, pero el orgullo de pertenecer a cada una nos une”. Revista Latina NC tiene el propósito de promover los Negocios, Grupos Musicales, Artistas Latinos así como los Servicios y Eventos a través de las Sociedades, Instituciones, Academias, Asociaciones y Grupos que involucran a nuestra comunidad Latina. Consideramos parte importante de nuestra comunidad la difusión de estas actividades con el fin de recordar nuestras tradiciones como países latinos y compartir con el mundo lo enriquecedor de cada una de nuestras culturas. Una de las principales caracteristícas que distingue a Revista Latina es que todos sus espacios están diseñados para que sus seguidores puedan ser parte de ella, tenemos espacios para todos aquellos que gustan de realizar artes, que escriben o componen, los que realizan eventos sin fines de lucro, para todos aquellos que tengan un buen propósito hay un lugar.

RL Editorial has stood out for its commitment to telling Mexican and Latin American cultural stories and customs, both inside and outside their countries of origin.

Founded with the vision of promoting the cultural richness and experiences of the Latin diaspora, this publishing house has charted an enriching trajectory since its inception.

The first significant step in the literary journey of RL Editorial was taken with the publication of the book:

“Cornelio Campos” in November 2020.
It is an impressive compendium of some of the most notable works of this immigrant artist. Through the pages of this book, readers embark on an exciting journey through the creative world of Cornelio Campos, exploring the diversity and depth of his artistic work.
This compendium presents a carefully selected collection of Cornelio Campos’ most significant creations, spanning different media and styles. From paintings that capture the beauty of nature to portraits that reveal the richness of the human experience, each work is a window into the artist’s unique vision and passion.

A Focus on Celebrations: “Lights and Shadows of Michoacán: Celebrations in North Carolina” – September, 2023.

The publisher continued its commitment to telling unique stories with the publication of its second book, “Lights and Shadows of Michoacán: Celebrations in North Carolina,” a book of photographs by Edgar Bernal.

This book explores the rich cultural traditions of the Michoacan community in North Carolina.

“Lights and Shadows of Michoacán” is a window that opens to the celebration of traditional festivities, highlighting the importance of keeping cultural roots alive even in distant lands. The play shows how these festivities not only connect people to their heritage, but also strengthen community ties and enrich life abroad.

The Third Book: “Art. Mirror of an Immigrant. History of Cornelio Campos” , written by María del Refugio Sandoval Olivas, is an eloquent testimony of how art can serve as a mirror that reflects the immigrant experience. Through the pages of this work, readers embark on the journey of Cornelio Campos, an immigrant who found his voice and identity abroad in art.

The work sheds light on art’s astonishing ability to connect cultures and express universal emotions, regardless of linguistic or geographical barriers.

RL Editorial has proven to be a beacon of light in the narrative of Mexican and Latin American identity. Through its publications, the publisher has provided a platform for the voices and stories that enrich the Latino community around the world, and its third book, “El Arte. Espejo de un Inmigrante. Historia de Cornelio Campos,” promises to be another inspiring chapter in this literary journey.

It is exciting to announce that RL Editorial has prepared its next release titled “Wings of the City: Sculptures under a Frozen Winter in North Carolina”, a book of photographs by Edgar Bernal. This book promises to take viewers on a fascinating tour of sculptural art amid a winter setting, exploring how sculptures become frozen expressions of creativity in North Carolina. With a unique and captivating look, “Alas de la Ciudad” will reveal the beauty and meaning behind these works, while continuing RL Editorial’s mission to share the Latin and Mexican narratives that deserve to be known and appreciated around the world. . Stay tuned for this upcoming release that promises to inspire and move lovers of Latin art and culture!

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