UCLA Book Talk: “Lowriting: Shots, Rides & and Stories from the Chicano Soul”

On Tuesday, November 18, 2014, Broken Sword Publications was invited to the Chicano Studies Research Center at UCLA to discuss the book, Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul. Nine of us presented a panel that included readings from the book and questions from the audience. This would be my first time at […]

Night of Guerrilla Xicana/o Lit & Resistance 11/19 Boyle Heights

Un Solo Sol presents Lowriting on 11/19 in Boyle Heights for an evening of Guerrilla Xicana/o Literature and Resistance to take place in Mariachi Plaza. Event Location: Un Solo Sol/Marichi Plaza, 1818 E. 1st St., Los Angeles, CA 90033 Tel: (323) 269-8680 Time: November 19th from 5:30 – 9:00 P.M. Description: This event, which will feature several underground Xicana/o […]

Lowriting | Art Meza: The Photographer’s Eye

Join Lowriting photographer, Art Meza, at the Central Library in Los Angeles on Oct. 1  to hear him lecture and share images from his book, Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul. Full details are at the library’s website and also on the flyers below. Do not miss this event and help support […]

Lowriting photographer Art Meza’s work featured in one of L.A.’s top restaurants

L.A. Weekly just named the 20 best restaurants in L.A. and Guisados (Boyle Heights, Echo Park) is on their list  at #11. This is significant because it just so happens that right now, L.A. photographer Art Meza, has his work featured at both Guisado’s locations. Why is this a big deal? Several reasons. Firstly, Art is […]

Lowriting’s Art Meza interviewed by KCRW: Low riders and Chicano soul

Recently, Art Meza, the photographer behind Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul was interviewed by KCRW’s Which Way, L.A.? program. You can listen to the interview and read the article below.  If you click through to the article, you can see some of Meza’s stunning photos, including his “6th Street Bridge” photo […]