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    Burn The Wagon: Call For Submissions

               Burn the Wagon Chapbook Series Our city’s official logo proudly proclaims El Monte’s place at the “end of the Santa Fe Trail.” The white covered wagon at the center of the logo places white Americans as El Monte’s “pioneers.” Indigenous people that occupied these lands before and the Mexican, Latino, […]

Reading in El Monte this month

La Historia Society Museum will host three El Monte/South El Monte authors for a reading on Thursday, March 30 at 7PM. This will be Michael Jaime-Becerra, Salvador Plascencia, and myself. I am beyond excited! It will be my first time reading with either of these authors, both of whom I admire so much! Here is a little info on them. Check out their amazing books!

Michael Jaime-Becerra is the author of Every Night is Ladies’ Night and This Time Tomorrow. He is a winner of a California Book Award and an International Latino Book Award. Michael is an Associate Professor of Creative Writing at the University of California, Riverside.

Salvador Plascencia is the author of The People of Paper. He is a winner of an NFAA Award, the Peter Neagoe Prize, and the Bard Fiction Prize. He is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont.

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