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Lucha Libro Presents: Literature + Politics + Conversation
November 2, 2014 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm| Free
Lucha Libro presents 4 important writers for 1 amazing evening of literature, politics and conversation.
Silvio Sirias will present his fantastic new book, The Saint of Santa Fe. The Nica-American’s latest novel is a fictionalized account of the kidnapping and murder of Father Héctor Gallego during Omar Torrijos’ rule of Panama.
Joseph Frazier will discuss his new memoir, El Salvador Could Be Like That, about being an Associated Press reporter in the region in the 1980s. His experiences with the Sandinista government of the time brings some levity to what is often a very heavy tale.
Kenneth Morris will discuss his recent biography of Daniel Ortega, Unfinished Revolution. His book is the single most thorough examination of Nicaragua’s controversial president.
U.S. expat and Granada resident Jim Lynch will talk about his new book, Whores: A Political Saga, where an idealistic young journalist working with a “disgusting” political campaign where lives and attitudes take a turn for the worse.
All the author’s books are available at Lucha Libro and will be available at the event.