UHV/ABR READING SERIES
Noon to 1:30 p.m.
University of Houston-Victoria, Alcorn Auditorium (UW 204)
SPEAKER: Graciela Limon
put herself through school, earning a doctorate from the University of California in 1975 and becoming a professor of Latino Literature and Chicano Studies at Loyola Marymount University. Her first novel, In Search of Bernabé, was released in 1993 and won the American Book Award in 1994. Dr. Limón is an acclaimed author whose novels deal with the issues of multiculturalism and Latina identity. Her newest novel, Left Alive, is a psychological thriller about one man's struggle with why his mother murdered her other three children but spared him. Currently, Limón has four other novels: The Memories of Ana Calderón, Song of the Hummingbird, The Day of the Moon, and Erased Faces.
Left Alive (Arte Público Press, 2005)
Day of the Moon (Arte Público Press, 1999)
Song of the Hummingbird (Arte Público Press, 1996)
In Search of Bernabé (Arte Público Press, 1993)
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