Everybody Reads - The House of Broken Angels

Everybody Reads: The House of Broken Angels
Posted on 11/07/2019
Photo of Luis Alberto Urrea and Cover of House of Broken Angels2019 Everybody Reads program brings author Luis Alberto Urrea to the Palouse the week of November 11th. Inspired by the death of his brother, the novel “The House of Broken Angels” takes an up close look at the daily lives, trials and triumphs of a Mexican-American family, insights that are especially important today.

Luis Alberto Urrea was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in nonfiction for “The Devil’s Highway.” He is the critically acclaimed author of 17 books, and has garnered numerous awards for his poetry, fiction and essays. He is a member of the Latino Literature Hall of Fame.

Urrea will give an author talk at Neill Public Library at 7:00pm on Thursday, November 14. Be sure to arrive early as seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Light refreshments will be served.

Urrea will also appear in other venues across the Palouse and Lewiston-Clarkston Valley.
• Tuesday, Nov 12 at 12:00pm, Artisans of Dahmen Barn in Uniontown
• Tuesday, Nov 12 at 7:00pm, Nezperce Community Library
• Wednesday, Nov 13 at 12:00pm, Asotin County Library at Basalt Cellars, Clarkston
• Wednesday, Nov 13 at 7:00pm, Lewiston City Library
• Thursday, Nov 14 at 12:00pm, Whitman County Library, Colfax
• Friday, Nov 15 at 12:00pm, , Washington State University, Holland Library, Pullman
• Friday, Nov 15 at 7:00pm, Latah County Library at the 1912 Center, Moscow

Copies of The House of Broken Angels will be available for purchase at the programs.

For more information about these events, contact your local library or visit the Everybody Reads website, www.everybody-reads.org.