Last Event: Friday Aug. 5 Noon - 1 p.m.

Reading group on Latin American literary nonfiction

Repeats every month on June, July, August on the first Friday until Fri Aug 05 2022.

*May group canceled due to conflict*

Do you enjoy reading about Latin America? Do you enjoy works of literary nonfiction? Come read Latin American literary nonfiction with others!

Meetings are held by Zoom at 12 p.m. on the first Friday of April, May, June, July, and August. All sessions are informal and open to the ASU community and the community at large. Discussions are in English or Spanish depending on the preferences of the group members in attendance. Books may be read in either English or Spanish. Looking forward to seeing you there!

April selection: "The Beast" by Oscar Martinez

May selection: "Horizontal Vertigo" by Juan Villoro

June selection: "Cuba on the Verge" by Leila Guerriero

July selection: Mexican Postcards by Carlos Monsiváis

August selection: The Line Becomes a River by Francisco Cantú 

Discussions hosted by ASU Spanish instructor, Amber Workman.

Library stacks in the Hayden Library, the tops of two heads are visible through the shelves.


For more information contact:

Amber Workman
School of International Letters and Cultures