Broken Sword Publications is proud to announce that Lowriting is coming to Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 19 and Bookworks is hosting a reading and signing at their amazing indie bookstore.
Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul has more than a few New Mexico authors in it and it is an honor for BSP to be able to present the book for the local audience there.
The Albuquerque presentation of Lowriting will include readings from authors Andrea J. Serrano, Richard Vargas, Manuel Gonzales, and Angelo Sandoval.
Lowriting is in stock at Bookworks right now so make sure to grab your copy while supplies last! If you’re not local, you can always buy your copy direct, or from the author himself and at your local bookstore. And of course on-line. Ask for it by name!
The Lowriting event starts at 7 p.m. MST at Bookworks, located at 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW Albuquerque, New Mexico. 87107-3157.
If you’re local to the area, please plan to attend this event and support indie publishing and indie bookstores. Help spread the word!
There’s been a lot of people asking for more diverse books and Lowriting just so happens to be one of them. I agree that we need more diverse books but let’s support the ones that we already have!
Thanks for reading!
“Take a little trip into the world of Lowriting. Cruise through the streets where sparks on asphalt fly, oldies are forever and tales of love, lust and the law will tempt you. These are the stories behind the cars and people who love them.
Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul puts the iconic images of Los Angeles based photographer Art Meza with stories from some of the most chingon voices in the literary world today. Lowriting collects over 50 of Meza’s stunning photos and pairs them with stories, artwork and poetry from Luis J. Rodriguez, Luis Alberto Urrea, Lalo Alcaraz, Gustavo Arellano and Alvaro Rodriguez (cowriter of Machete). Lowriting also has contributions from actors Danny De La Paz (Boulevard Nights, American Me) and Daniel Villarreal (Stand and Deliver, American Me) as well as many more from all over Aztlan. These are the shots, rides & stories from the Chicano soul! This is Lowriting.”