Volume 3 Reconnect

The stories in this volume explore relationships that have been severed or damaged, and offer possibilities to reconnect them. Whether it is with a landscape, with our own bodies, with our ancestors, with history, or even with beings we can n­ot see, this volume claims the connections that sustain and give meaning to our existence.

OF TONGUES IN SHADED STREAMS

A story of an inner landscape shaped by post-glacial rebound

THE ART OF UNEARTHING

A space to reconnect with our bodies’ wisdom.

FRAGMENTS OF A WHOLE

A collection of instants in the midst of a pandemic.

A landscape that speaks

A meditation on landscape, History and creative documentary.

Who inhabits whom?

An interview on our coexistence with microorganisms

Talitha Koum

A sensorial journey to a land of olive trees, love and injustice.

QA TEE Y A'

An essay on the tz’utujil connection to the Atitlan Lake

We are nature telling stories

Wimblu creates stories that reconnect ecology and culture in order to restore our sense of belonging and connection to our planet.
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