Arte Público Press

May 14, 2013

Pachanga Fest 2013

Pachanga Fest 2013

What Festival When May 10, 2013 12:00 PM  toMay 11, 2013 11:00 PM Where Fiesta Gardens-Austin, TX Attendees 2013 INITIAL PACHANGA LINEUPIntocable (Zapata, TX)3ball MTY (Monterrey, Mexico)Los Lobos (Dixon, CA)Celso Piña (Monterrey, Mexico)Flaco Jiménez (San Antonio, TX)Los Rakas
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Inaugural Texas Book Festival San Antonio edition features several Arte Público authors

Diane Gonzales Bertrand, Daniel Chacón and Sarah Cortez among lineup of Latino/a writers The Texas Book Festival/San Antonio Edition takes place this Saturday, April 13, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown San Antonio at the Central Library and the Southwest School of Art. Click
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One small patch of land, one giant leap for a community

In author Diane de Anda’s The Patchwork Garden / Pedacitos de huerto (Piñata Books, 2013), a young girl inspires her neighbors to create community gardens full of delicious vegetables. Toña loves to listen to her Abuela’s stories about when she was a young girl. When her
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Defender of Civil Rights, Alonos S. Perales Subject of New Volume of Essays

In Defence of My People; Alonso S. Perales and The Development of Mexican-American Public Interllectuals is an engrossing collection of scholarly essays edited by Michael A. Olivas One of the most influential MexicanAmericans of his time, Alonso S. Perales (1898-1960) was a
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2013 Piñata Books for Children Brochure

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New DESPERADO dives into Denver’s underworld

“As invigorating as a dip in a Rocky Mountain stream.” —MYSTERY SCENE Magazine Manuel Ramos returns to novel-length crime fiction with Desperado: A Mile High Noir and a down-on-his-luck protagonist, Gus Corral, who can’t believe it when an old high school buddy he hasn’t seen in
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SING, FROGGIE, SING! New bilingual book for kids makes a splash

Based on a traditional folksong that has been sung by parents and children in Spanish-speaking countries for generations, Canta, Rana, canta / Sing, Froggie, Sing is a charming tale in which a “frog was sitting under the water, when she decided to croak out loud.” But a fly came
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Make Some Noise for 2nd Annual “Día at Discovery” in Houston, TX!

El día de los niños and libros celebration kicks off at library’s Discovery Green branch Do you know“bookjoy”? It’s a love of reading! And on Saturday, April 20, from noon – 2:00 at the Houston Public Library Express-Discovery Green branch, bookjoy and music will fill the air
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