Some Favorite Writers: “Bless Me, Ultima” By Rudolfo Anaya

Manuel Muñoz, Alejandro Varela, and Justin Torres

When: Tuesday, March 7 at 7:30pm
Where: Hammer Museum

Authors Mona SimpsonManuel MuñozAlejandro Varela, and Justin Torres discuss the foundational work of Chicano literature Bless Me Ultima by the late Rudolfo Anaya (1937-2020). Muñoz will also read from his new book Consequences, and Varela will read from his National Book Award nominated novel The Town of Babylon.

Supported in part by the UCLA Department of English.



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