"Chicano writers from El Paso are the most progressive, open-minded, far-reaching, and inclusive writers of them all."

Octavio Romano

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Chicano Literature: Five Points Revisited - Review of El Pasoan Carlos Flores' "Our House on Hueco" - Denise Chavez Reads - See Pluma's Blog Better

Today, Wed, Oct. 4, Denise Chavez performs along side art work of Francisco Romero
El Paso Community College
Featuring the Art Work of Francisco Romero
& a Literary Performance by Denise Chavez
When: Wednesday, October 4

Where: EPCC's Administrative Service Center (9050 Viscount Blvd. North)

6-7 p.m. Open Reception in the foyer with Francisco Romero's art on display as well as a video on his life's work.

7-8 p.m. Literary Reading by Denise Chávez from her new book, A Taco Testimony: Meditations on Family, Food and Culture.

Book Signing to follow

Event is Free. Public is Invited.

Contact: Richard Yañez: richyanez@hotmail.com / 915-831-2630

Review of Carlos Flores' Our House on Hueco by Ramon Renteria - El Paso Times

Author bases novel on El Paso memories, not all of them good
By Ramón Rentería / El Paso Times

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