Posted on Salinas' first novel follows the story of teen Miguel Angel Moreda, the son of an immigrant farm worker in Salinas, California.
Posted on Ambitious and diligent young Latinos leave their home town of Arroyo Grande, Texas to pursue their dreams. Their journeys are interrupted by wormholes, alternate realities and rapacious land developers.
Posted on Duendes, chupacabras, brujas and other fearsome creatures from Mexican-American lore emerge from the darkness in these stories by teacher and author Xavier Garza.
Posted on A girl with a runaway imagination and a mural that comes to life. What could go wrong?
Posted on Gwendolyn Zepeda reads and discusses selections from her new book of poems titled Monsters, Zombies and Addicts.
Posted on The author discusses his retrospective short story collection titled "The Skull of Pancho Villa and Other Stories".
Posted on Ray Villareal discusses his newest novel for young readers.
Posted on A Latina author publishes her first book for middle school readers.
Posted on Director of the Clyfford Still Museum discusses Abstract Expressionism
Posted on Musicians from Foundation for Modern Music, Flamárt and Solero Flamenco present Navidad Latina
Posted on University of Houston professor discusses philosophy of art
Posted on Chicana mystery writer publishes collection of personal stories and essays
Posted on Curator Helga Aurisch discusses Claude Monet's relationship with the Seine
Posted on Second novel in Hinojosa's Klail City series now available in bilingual edition
Posted on A San Antonio writer presents insightful stories for young people.