Marjorie Agosin, Sunday, February 27th, 3pm, at Athens-Clarke County Public Library Auditorium

WHEN: Sunday, February 27 at 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Athens-Clarke County Public Library Auditorium

Marjorie Agosin, internationally known for her work in human rights, poetry and memoir, will read from her new collection called "Poems to Josefina," a tribute to the life and times of her grandmother. Agosin also will read selections from "Cartographies," a book about travel real and imaginary published by the University of Georgia Press. Agosin has been on the faculty of Wellesley College since 1982, teaching courses in Spanish language and Latin American literature. She has
received numerous awards for human rights accomplishments and literary awards
given to Latino writers. She has written over 20 books of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and essays.

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