College of Humanities

Carribean Fragoza: Eat The Mouth That Feeds You

Tuesday, October 26, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:15pm

Zoom registration is required.

Carribean Fragoza

“Her Chicanx gothic tales root horror in the most terrifying of places, the family. The creepiest pockets of the Brown imagination are her playground. - Myriam Gurba,author of Mean

“This book centralizes the lives of women, whether sourced locally or rooted in Mexico, whether alive or dead to the world, surrealistic or hyper realistic, in the flesh or as spirits centuries old. This is storytelling that astonishes, passing through industrialized lives of women like gamma rays or cosmic rays - and I was not only astonished, I was moved.” - Sesshu Foster, author of Atomik Aztec

Hosted by: Gerard Meraz (ChS) and Maria Turnmeyer (AAS)

This event is funded from The School of Humanities Academic Programming fund, Department of Chicana/o Studies, and Asian American Studies

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