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What seems like a regular, soggy night for guachimán Luis takes an unexpected turn toward the past in this short story by Robert Isenberg.

Help The Tico Times celebrate Valentine’s Day by sharing your story

The Tico Times is on the lookout for Costa Rican love stories; share yours and be entered in a raffle for our latest book.

Today’s dose of ‘Love’ — El antiguo higuerón

Today's excerpt from "Love in Translation."

The Tico Times’ second book pays homage to Costa Rican life and language

Katherine Stanley Obando discusses bicultural family life, writing as a new parent, and why "manda huevo" is her ultimate Costa Rican phrase. Meet the author of The Tico Times' new book, "Love in Translation."

‘Green Season’ book excerpt: Day of the Devils

The "Juego de los Diablitos," or Little Devils' Game, brings the colorful masks of the Brunca people to life in a violent ceremony re-enacting a rejection of the Spanish conquistadors.

‘Green Season’ book excerpt: Moving Pictures

Writer (and actor) Robert Isenberg arrives on the set of the film "Italia 90" but has no idea who he's supposed to play in the story of Costa Rica's legendary 1990 World Cup run.

‘Green Season’ book excerpt: Who Watches the Guachimán?

As a pedestrian, not a driver, Robert Isenberg has a different relationship with the guachimánes than most.

‘Green Season’ book excerpt: Car Trouble

Robert Isenberg and his wife, Kylan, traipse across San José to see about a car. It's not exactly what they were hoping for.

The Tico Times launches its own publishing house with first book, ‘The Green Season’

The Tico Times Publications Group begins an exciting new era with the release of "The Green Season," a collection of essays, profiles, and travel stories written by former staff writer Robert Isenberg. We caught up with our old colleague to discuss mutual food nostalgia, Costa Rica and the writing life.
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