Hecho en Tejas Events
I just got my copy of Hecho en Tejas in the mail and I am very impress. Don’t miss Dago’s roadshow:
Scenic Drive in Cd. Juarez!
Mountain road aims to speed travel around Juárez
Carne Verde, Piel Negra: An Avocado from Michoacán
C.M. Mayo who edited Tamame which stopped publishing its review and now is focusing on chapbooks. The first one out the door is a story by the winner of
Agustin Cadema was born in 1963 in te Valle del Mezquital, Meico. A poet, fiction writer, essayist, and translator, he’s published more than 20 books. He currently teaches s seminar on Mexican culture and literature at the
Carlos Callejo Interview
Check out this video interview with
artist Carlos CAllejo: Link to video: El Paso
Former UTEP Chicano Studies Secretary Walks on
Happy news from St. Mary's University!
Trinidad Sanchez, Jr. has won an award posthumously from the President's Peace Commission, The Art of Peace Award. The PPC is 21 years old now, we have been giving this award to people who promote peace and human understanding through their art.
The pogram was held last week combined with the annual President's Peace Concert. Poets/friends of Trino's read from his work. Interspersed were musical pieces. It ended with a speech honoring Trinis work and then the award was presentation” a plaque that incorporates a piece of art by Bro. Cletus Behlmann.
Matrin Espada On the Road Again
March 30: Workshop, 9 AM, Living Literature, Northeast Campus,
April 14: Reading, Boundaries and Alliances in the Americas and Beyond, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, Contact: Marcus Rediker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Apr16: Reading, 6 PM, Six O’Clock Series, Ohio Room, Hadley Union Building, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA, Contact: Ken Sherwood, email@example.com
April 21: Lecture, , The Redemption of Pablo Neruda, Border Book Festival
April 27: Reading, 7:30PM, Etheridge Knight Festival of the Arts, Basile Theater, Indiana History Center, Indianapolis, IN, Contact: Eunice Knight-Bowens, EKFestival@aol.com
For more information see www.martinespada.net.
Mujeres Escritoras Reading in EPT
El Paso Community College Spring Arts Festival presents
Howls in the Desert: Mujeres Escritoras A Literary Event featuring Sehba Sarwar
and Special Guest Readers
Wednesday, March 28
EPCC Rio Grande campus
Free Admission Public is Invited
Sehba Sarwar's critically-acclaimed, first novel, Black Wings was published in 2004 through Alhamra Publishing. Born in
For more information, contact Richard Yañez: firstname.lastname@example.org
Book signing and reception hosted by