Cecilia Weddell

Cecilia Weddell is an associate editor at Harvard Review and a PhD candidate at the Boston University Editorial Institute, where she is editing and translating the essays of Rosario Castellanos. Her translations have appeared in Latin American Literature Today, Literary Imagination, Exchanges, and elsewhere.

  • A digitally altered photo of a woman through a window with scenes of the street outside projected on to her face
       By Bibiana Camacho
    Bibiana Camacho
    Photo:  Omid Armin / Unsplash A stalled train and shifting visage make for an eerie commute. I could’ve stayed in bed a little longer, but what for? Surely that would only make things...
  • A black and white photo of protesters, mostly female, throwing glitter bombs, which are highlighted in red
    September 6, 2019 | Sandra Barba
    Photo: Sandra Barba & Edited by Hugo González In Mexico’s “glitter revolution,” women stand in solidarity, protesting escalating violence against women. This march belongs to...
  • A painting with numerous brown-skinned people shrouded in dusk gesturing at a wildly-garbed priest standing on the stairs of an Aztec temple
       By Rodrigo Fresán
    Rodrigo Fresán
    Blood War, 2016, by Jia How Lee. The concept art is based on the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire.   Years ago the man got married and years ago the man became unhappy in his marriage. T...

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