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

Octavio Romano

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Good Times and Conversation and Reading Photos

Not much today folks. The Rich Yañez reading went well last night Mari(a) Gómez opened for him, being delivered to the podium inside a suitcase. Then a nice afterglow at Ben Saenz' house. Bueno, here are some photos from two of the past readings. Remember to check out our There's Nothing to Do In El Paso Calender of Literary and Theatrical Events. The hills are alive with the sound of music today and Dr. Chavez Leyva gives a talk today as well as Tumblewords Workshops, BorderTheatre Workshops, Sol Repertory Theatre, and more Enjoy.

Reading by Carolina Monsivais, Eduardo Corral, and Barbara Jane Reyes

Mouthfeel Press editor and publisher, Maria Miranda Maloney (left) and unknown women (right)

BorderSenses publisher and director, Amit Gosh introducing Carolin Monsivais
Carolina Monsivais holding copy of Elisa's Hunger

Rosa Alcala

Eduardo Corral

Barbera Jane Reyes reading about mermaids

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Rich Yañez Reading

Mari(a) Gómez
 Rich Yañez reading from Cross Over Water

 Rich Yañez with adoring fans
Rich Yañez

Afterglow with Benjamin Saenz & Rich Yañez 

Daniel & Sasha Pimentel Chacon, Jeanette Monsivais, Carolina Monsivais, Ben Saenz, & Rich Yañez

Rich and Carolina Wedding Reenactment

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