SAN MIGUEL LITERARY SALA READS
New Event Series Features Latest Work by a Poet and Two Memorists
ONLINE READINGS BY OUR MEMBERS | JUN 28, 5:00 PM CDT
2020 and the first half of 2021 have been tough. Kids missed their Prom, we had to watch our children graduate from school on Zoom and authors, who finally published their work, found there was no book launch and no bookstore reading.
Plant a Seed! Grow a Forest! The San Miguel Literary Sala intends to help remedy this unfortunate calamity! Starting June 28, 2021, at 5:00 PM CDT the Literary Sala will showcase member authors and their work.
In our first San Miguel Literary Sala Reads event, we will be celebrating the artistry of three fine authors:
Catherine Marenghi will be reading from her debut book of poems, Breaking Bread. When reviewing the book, fellow poet and author Bonnie Larson Staiger said, "Marenghi invites us into a retrospective on the bonds of a life, loss, and longing."
Judith Gille will be reading from Todavía México: Life Beyond the Border, a collection of essays celebrating her eighteen years in Mexico and offers readers keen insights into the joys and complications of living on the southern side of the U.S. Mexico border.
Pat Hall will be reading from Speak to Me: Travels and Exploits of a Language Lover, a story about an intrepid woman's adventures traveling and pursuing her passion for languages.
A Q&A session will follow the readings.