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12:36 am
Thu October 26, 2006

10/27/06: The Hummingbird's Daughter

Salt Lake City, UT – Luis Urrea tells the powerful story of his legendary great aunt, Teresita. Famed throughout Mexico for the power to heal with her touch, the family ranch becomes a center of pilgrimage for the people and a source of concern for the government on the eve of the revolution. Urrea talked to Doug Fabrizio last year about his novel The Hummingbird's Daughter, and the author is in Salt Lake City again this week as part of the Great Salt Lake Book Festival. (Rebroadcast)

    This Saturday, October 28th at 5:00 p.m., Luis Urrea will talk about his non-fiction work The Devil's Highway as part of the Great Salt Lake Book Festival at the Salt Lake City Library. The book is a selection of the Salt Lake City Reads Together program. Also on Saturday at 12:30, Urrea will participate in a panel discussion on Writing About Human Rights For more information on both events, contact the Utah Humanities Council at 801-359-9670.

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