Sunday, September 18, 2011

reading, Sacramento, Wednesday, September 28

Los Escritores del Nuevo Sol
Writers of the New Sun

Present a reading by:

Rafael Jesús González,
poet, professor, artist

On: Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011,

at 7:30 pm.

At: La Raza Galeria Posada, 1024 - 22nd Street,

Midtown Sacramento, California

with musical interlude

Gerardo Omar Marín
on flute

Donation: $5 or as you are able.
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Rafael Jesús González, poet, professor, artist and bilingual studies innovator, is a life-long writer who lives between Mexico and Berkeley. He has been the elder in a Latino men's ritual group, Xochipilli, which works with the Oakland Museum of California's annual Dia de Los Muertos. He has contributed art installations there and also for the Mexican Museum and the Mission Cultural Center, both in San Francisco.

Prolifically bilingual, he maintains the blog,
For further information about him, contact Ph (916) 428-2191 in Sacramento.

Prof. Gonzalez' formal education took place at the University of Texas, El Paso, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, & the University of Oregon.

He has taught throughout the west, and advises and contributes articles to literary journals. His most recent publication is The Lunatic Muse, which he will have for sale at this reading.


Escritores del Nuevo Sol/Writers of the New Sun was established in 1993, a cooperative group to encourage writers of Latino, Chicano, and Native American backgrounds. For information on our group or activities, contact Graciela Ramirez, Ph: 916-456-5323.
For information on LRGP, see:


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