Understanding Madness and Mental Health Through Lucha Libre
Luchas Libres remind me of the advice I got on my first roller coaster ride: “You have to scream the whole time. It’s only fun if you scream.”
The World of Lucha Libre
What are you in for?I am a collected butterfly too. Here is where the pin went in.
Mordecai Martin is an Ashkenazi Jewish writer working between New York, Philadelphia and Mexico City. He is a founding member of the Jewish writing group the Golus Kollectiv, and his work has been published in Peach Magazine, TIMBER Journal, Gone Lawn, SORTES, and X-Ray, among others. He blogs, infrequently, at MordecaiMartin.net, and tweets, too frequently, @mordecaipmartin
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