Although born in Mexico City in 1982, Miguel Omaña grew up in the US-Mexico border. He has written newspaper columns, co-hosted radio shows, showcased painted artwork and photography, and participated in academic conferences –all revolving around Mexican indigenous history and culture. He studied Communications, Anthropology, and Tariff Classification. Currently lives in the Mexico City metro area.
A never-ending researcher, obsessive self-learner, avid Trekkie, tireless movie-goer, moderate Brony, stubborn photographer, professional portrait painter, keen runner, history buff, genealogist by luck, defender of equal rights, in love with languages, women, nature, music, food, and forever a traveler.
Till Stars Shut Their Eyes
by Miguel Omaña
(5.00 from 1 review)
Based on true events in Ancient Mexico (Anahuac). She (an up-scale elite) finds herself constrained in a world of protocol, and he (a passionate anti-establishment nobody) finds his energies better focused on love than war. Both cling to their forbidden love, even if it means sinking the world to fire.