INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup
An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021
INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region.
Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries:
• Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main)
• Riverside County Library System (Sun City, Palm Desert, La Quinta, Robidoux)
• San Bernardino Public Library (Rowe, Villaseñor, Inghram, and Feldheym)
• San Bernardino County Library System (Fontana, Chino Hills, Highland, Hesperia, Apple Valley; no flyers but they can put up posters in the branches)
Books and discussion guides are available while supplies last. Alex Espinoza is the author of Still Water Saints, The Five Acts of Diego León, and Cruising: An Intimate History of a Radical Pastime. The recipient of fellowships from the NEA, MacDowell, as well as an American Book Award, he’s the Tomás Rivera Endowed Chair of Creative Writing at UCR. This project was initiated by Inlandia Literary Laureate Rachelle Cruz as part of her 2018-2020 Laureate programming.
For more information, go to inlandiainstitute.org or contact Cati Porter, project co-coordinator, 951 790 2458, email@example.com.
This Project is supported by A Humanities for All Project Grant.