Winter 2015 Living Writers Series: Memories of Gloria Anzaldúa

This quarter's Living Writers Series celebrates the life, work, and legacy of Chicana feminist poet and theorist (and former UCSC student), Gloria Anzaldúa, Thursdays, January 15-March 12, 2015, 6:00-7:45pm, in Humanities Lecture Hall 206.

December 16, 2014

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The Winter 2015 Living Writers Series brings the following writers to UCSC:   

January 15:  Cherríe Moraga, poet/playwright
January 22:  Veronica Reyes and Javier Huerta, poets
January 29:  Korimar Press, Lorenzo Herrera y Lozano (publisher), and Maya Chincilla (poet)
February 5:  Rigoberto Gonzalez, poet
February 12:  Luis Alfaro, performance artist/playwright
February 19:  John Jota Leaños, filmmaker
February 26:  Anita Hill, attorney
March 5:  Maceo Montoya, fiction writer
March 12:  Student reading

All readings take place Thursdays at 6:00pm in Humanities Lecture Hall 206.


The Chicano Latino Research Center is proud to support the Living Writers Series, a presentation of the Literature Department and Creative Writing Program, Office of the Dean of Students, and UC Presidential Chair for Feminist Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, with cosponsorship from the Arts Division/Dean of Arts Fund, Bay Tree Bookstore, Cowell College, El Centro:  Chicano Latino Resource Center, George Hitchcock Poetry Endowment, Institute for Humanities Research, Latin American and Latino Studies Department, Laurie Sain Endowment, McHenry Library Special Collections, Oakes College, Poetry and Politics Research Cluster, Porter College, and Stevenson College.