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Hispanic authors talk about our culture

On March 3rd (7pm) at UNAM-USA (350 W. Erie, Suite 300, Chicago) the book “Trasfondos, Antología de narrativa en español del medio oeste norteamericano” is presented.

CHICAGO .--- Through a brilliant narrative, the authors of these texts document the life, vision and shortcomings of immigrant life.

They focus on the geographical region known as the American Midwest, but is easily adaptable to any everyday situation where rootlessness, loneliness or racism are protagonists.

15 premier storytellers leave us stories that invite us to reflect on the actions of human beings to ignorance, and fear of the unknown.

The authors are: Ana Merino, Raúl Dorantes, Bernardo Navia, Eduardo Cabrera, Daniel Torres, Armando Romero, Luis Alejandro Ordoñez, Febronio Zaratain, Johanny Vazquez Peace, Om Ulloa, Rafael Franco Steeves, Oscar Lopez, Blas Puente Baldoceda and the editors Fernando Olszanski and José Castro Urioste.

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