Felisa Rogers lives in western Oregon and winters in Mexico. She is best known for her culinary columns at Salon and for her contributions to The People's Guide to Mexico and its affiliated website. She enjoys writing about history, street food, spirits, beer, travel, and all things Mexico. You can read her articles in The Guadalajara Reporter, OnTrak and in 1859 Magazine. She also writes for sites such as Fathom, Eat Your World, Forgotten Favorite, and Poor Taste. When not busy eating, traveling, or writing about food and travel, Rogers writes high school history and language arts texts for educational publishers such as Pearson and Apex Learning. Her essays are featured in the writing textbooks They Say/ I Say and Writing Situations.