Tinta Limón is a collective and self-managed publishing initiative. A bet on those texts that require a burning effort to be intelligible. If lemon ink was one of the modes of clandestine writing, we require it again with a contemporary demand: to escape from the obvious and guide thinking in the daily work of forging construction experiences. A new clandestinity, then, to evade new prisons: those that confine us in the trivialization of what until yesterday were instruments of struggle, in the destruction of the common and in the normalization of our lives.
Lemon ink always demands a work of visibility: one that brings out a political narrative, a fabric of notions, and a movement of thought that creates new languages for new practices. That names in a way that also burns words.