Authors liz gonzález, Isabel Quintero to speak in Riverside
By Ryan Hagen
Authors liz gonzález and Isabel Quintero will discuss their award-winning works as part of a discussion Sunday, Dec. 3, at the Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts in Riverside.
The free discussion, “Revealing Layers: Chicana Voices from the Inland Empire,” is presented by Inlandia Institute. It is set for 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Culver Center, in UCR’s ArtsBlock at 3834 Main St.
This event is in partnership with UCR Chicano Student Programs, Division Nine Gallery, and The Multicultural Council of the Riverside Museum Associates.
liz gonzález, who grew up in the San Bernardino Valley, has had poetry, fiction and memoirs published widely.
Isabel Quintero, who teaches at San Bernardino Valley College and Mt. San Jacincto College, won the American Library Association’s William C. Morris Award prize for a debut young-adult novel and the Tomás Rivera Book Award, Works for Older Children for “Gabi, A Girl in Pieces.”