A Special Art
Spain’s history is not written in ink, but in bull’s blood. The shadow of the black beast with sharpened horns has spread over the Iberian peninsula for thousands of years and extended to Latin America.
A Unique Animal
When the Priest Dies
spiralled easily into the thousands.
Rejecting the Bullfights; Loving the Bulls
Daniel Samper, a 1981 Nieman Fellow, is a Colombian journalist who has resided in Madrid for many years. A columnist for El Tiempo of Bogotá, he is the author of many books, including No es porque sea mi hijo, Piedad con este pobre huérfano and El huevo es un traidor.