First National Latino Book Club is Launched!

Las Comadres set up latino book clubs with discussions at select borders to celebrate Latino literature. The 2008 slate of books are:

June: A Handbook to Luck by Cristina Garcia
July: The King’s Gold by Yxta Maya Murray
August: Mexican Enough by Stephanie Elizondo Griest
September: More Than This by Margo Candela
October: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz
November: The Gifted Gabaldon Sisters by Lorraine Lopez (I have a galley of this and haven’t been able to put it down since yesterday)
December: Their Dogs Came with Them by Helena Maria Viramontes

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