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September 27  2017  6:00 PM  San Antonio, Texas – Northwest Vista College

“The Story and Taste of Texas Mexican Cooking”

Interactive presentation of the culinary history of indigenous Mexican Americans in Texas, with a cooking demo, how to make tamales the original way, before colonization, with no lard.   Followed by tamale tasting and book signing.
Northwest Vista College, Mexican American Studies
3535 N. Ellison Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78251
210-486-4000

Adan Medrano Cooking Demo

October 3, 2017  6:30 PM  San Antonio, Texas – Hispanic Heritage Month AARP Celebration

“How To Cook A “Casero” Home Style Mexican Party Buffet”

Interactive audiovisual presentation with a cooking demo
plus dinner presented by
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), San Antonio
Sul Ross Middle School
3630 Callaghan Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78228
Email: sanantonio@aarp.org

October 28, 2017  12:00 noon Lubbock, Texas – Lubbock Book Festival

“How To Make Chili The Traditional Way:  An Interactive Cooking Demonstration and Luncheon”

The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts
511 Ave.
K Lubbock TX 79401
806-762-8606

 

 

Previous Events With Adán Medrano

September 17, 2017   1:00 PM Houston, Texas – Houston Chowhounds Group

“Cook The Books: Truly Texas Mexican”
I will join the group members who will cook and share dishes from cookbook, “Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage In Recipes
At: 
ChowHounds Houston

September 22,  2017   4 – 7:00 PM Houston, Texas – Total Wines, Galleria

A Tasting Experience:  “Spirits and Mexican Cuisine”

Adan Medrano Cooking Demo at Total Wine

Total Wine, Galleria
5016 San Felipe Street
Houston, TX 77056
(713) 622-9777

September 23,  2017   4 – 7:00 PM Houston, Texas – Total Wines, Galleria

A Tasting Experience:  “Spirits and Mexican Cuisine”

Adan Medrano Cooking Demo at Total Wine

Total Wine, Galleria
5016 San Felipe Street
Houston, TX 77056
(713) 622-9777

September 5-7, 2017  Colorado Springs, Colorado – Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies

“Foods Of The Southwest”
•The Aficionados Lecture – “Cuisine As A Strategy For Community”
Cooking Demo and Tasting:  “How To Use Southwest Ingredients For A Party Buffet”

The Hulber Center For Southwest Studies
Colorado College
14 East Cache La Poudre St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
719-389-6249
swshulbert@coloradocollege.edu

March 31, 2017  6:30 PM  Sarita, Texas – The Kenedy Ranch Museum

“The Story And Flavor of Texas Mexican Food: It Ain’t Tex-Mex”
—A visual presentation with a cooking demonstration and food tasting
Chef and cookbook author, Adán Medrano, leads a visual, interactive exploration of South Texas Mexican food: its history and flavor profile.
The presentation includes a cooking demonstration where Chef Medrano  cooks dried chiles, masa and nopalitos (cactus) and discusses the importance of food for cultural identity.
The event concludes with a tasting of “Gorditas De Nopalitos Con Chile Colorado.”

Kenedy Ranch Museum
280 La Parra Ave.
Sarita, Texas 78385
Phone (361) 294-5751
Contact: Homero S. Vera, Director

 

2016 Events

February 25,  2016  6:00 PM  Houston, Texas – MECA,
Multicultural Education and Counseling Through The Arts

“Food and Stories”–“Comida e Historias”
An evening with families of MECA, sharing their home-cooked dishes, recipes, and telling the stories of how the food is part of  our family and home traditions.
 –By Invitation Only–
Multicultural Education and Counseling Through The Arts (MECA)
1900 Kane Street
Houston, Texas 77007
T. 713.802.9370

April 8, 2016  6:00 PM  Denver, Colorado – Su Teatro XicanIndie VIII Film Festival

“Chef’s Menu Paired With Short Film Works”
Native, Indigenous Dishes from Tejas and the Southwest
Each Dish Paired with a Chicana/o Short Film
Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
721 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204

(303)296-0219

April 11, 2016  6:00 PM  San Antonio, Texas – Culinary Institute of America

10th Anniversary Celebration: Spotlight on Alumni, Adán Medrano
Lecture and Cooking Demo:  “It Ain’t Tex-Mex!
Authentic Native Texas Mexican Cuisine: Techniques for Cactus, Dried Chiles, with Q&A, Preparation of two native, indigenous Texas Mexican dishes for restaurant service–Cactus Shrimp and Chile Ancho Adobo”
Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio
Building 3, 312 Pearl Pkwy
San Antonio, TX 78215-1262
(210) 554-6400

April 30, 2016  9:00  AM  San Antonio, Texas – National Association of Latino Arts And Cultures

Regional Arts Training Workshop
Texas Mexican Cuisine In Context: Cooking As An Aesthetic Practice
This presentation explores how cooking is an aesthetic practice of cultural identity, memory, and ethical choices. Using maps and archaeological evidence, chef and author Adán Medrano describes the culinary history of the indigenous peoples of Texas and Northeastern Mexico.  The presentation includes Q&A, with a cooking demonstration featuring indigenous ingredients: cactus, dried chiles and corn masa.  It concludes with a tasting of “Gorditas De Nopalitos Con Camarón” a cactus, shrimp and corn masa dish.
Guadalupe Theatre

1301 Guadalupe St.
San Antonio, TX 78207
Registration: NALAC Regional Arts Training Workshop

May 12, 2016  11:00 AM  Chicago, Illinois – Catholic Church Extension Society

Lecture and Cooking Demonstration, followed by Texas Mexican Lunch
“Cooking: An Aesthetic Practice For Identity And Community”

Catholic Church Extension Society
150 South Wacker Drive, Suite 2000
Chicago, IL 60606
Phone: 1.800.842.7804
(This event is by invitation only)

June 20,  2016  11:00 AM  Brownsville, Texas – University of Texas, RGV

“Texas Mexican Cuisine:  An Aesthetic Practice”
A public lecture, visual and interactive with Q&A, about the history of Texas Mexican American food.  How it impacts identity and its role in memory and ethical choices.  Sharing of personal and family stories/recipes will be invited.
Open To The PublicLink to more info and map

The Universtiy of Texas, Brownsville
Sabal Lecture Hall 1.102 at 11:10 AM.
80 Fort Brown St.
Brownsville, TX 78520

October 12,  2016  6:00 PM San Antonio, Texas AARP

“Healthy Texas Mexican Cooking” Hosted by the American Association of Retired Persons
A public lecture and cooking demonstration about the history of the Mexican food of Texas. All guests will enjoy a buffet dinner and receive the recipes that include seafood, chile relleno and whole wheat empanadas.
Tickets available on the AARP website, click here
Pica Pica Plaza
910 SE Military Dr
San Antonio , TX 78214
Phone: 877-926-8300

November 3, 2016  6:00 PM San Antonio, Texas  – Public Library

“The Real Story of Texas Mexican Food: A Holiday Cooking Demonstration & Tasting”
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Medrano’s visual presentation features images of 1800s downtown San Antonio, showing how indigenous Mexican women restaurateurs made San Antonio a famed culinary destination. He will cook six recipes, demonstrating authentic cooking techniques for preparing cactus, chiles, and making
moist, aromatic “masa.” He will offer tastings of Cactus/shrimp gorditas and traditional “Hojarascas” cookies. Medrano will also personally sign copies of his critically acclaimed cookbook with 100 kitchen-tested recipes.
Seating is limited and free tickets are required;  get tickets at bitly.com/ChefMedrano.

Central Library
600 Soledad
San Antonio, TX 78205

Library staff: 210 207 9230

November 10, 2016  6:00 PM Lubbock, Texas – Texas Tech University

“Literary Lubbock” 2016 Texas Tech University Libraries Gala
Reception, seated dinner, book signing and visiting with authors.  Four authors featured, including Adán Medrano, “Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage in Recipes.”

literarylubbockGala Tickets by calling:  806-742-2982 or 800-832-4042
Texas Tech University Press
3003 15th St, Lubbock, TX 79415
Phone: (806) 742-2982

2015 Events

January 13, 2015  6:00 PM  KPFT 90.1 FM, “Nuestra Palabra” Radio

Radio Interview about Food and Culture. Topic: Arizona bans Mexican American Studies because they “promote ethnic solidarity.   That is exactly what food does!
KPFT 90.1 FM
419 Lovett Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
Studio:  713-526-5738
Hosts:  Tony Diaz and Liana Lopez, “Nuestra Palabra: Latinos Having Their Say.”

January 21, 2015  2:00 PM  Hyde Park, New York – The Culinary Institute of America

Lecture: Texas, The Southwest and Northern Mexico:  A Native Culinary Heritage
The Culinary Institute Of America
1946 Campus Drive,
Hyde Park, NY 12538
Phone:(845) 452-9600

February 25, 2015  10:00 AM San Antonio, Texas – The Culinary Institute of America

Presentation and Cooking Demo: Trends in Texas Mexican Regional Cooking
The Culinary Institute Of America, Board of Trustees Meeting
Society of Fellows
312 Pearl Parkway #2102
San Antonio, TX 78215
Phone:(210) 554-6400

February 27, 2015  3:45 PM Houston, Texas  – Lone Star College-North Harris

Presentation, Discussions and Tastings
The National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies
Tejas Foco 2015, Session IV, Environmental Justice: Presentation of Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage In Recipes
2700 W.W. Thorne Dr.
Houston, TX 77073

Register Online Here

March 2, 2015  6:30 PM  Austin, Texas – Central Market Cooking School

Cooking Class & Discussions:  Shrimp & Cactus Gorditas; Chile Ancho Meatballs, two more dishes
Central Market Cooking School
4001 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78756
tel:  512-206-1051
fax: 512-206-1010
Click Here To Register Online

March 4, 2015  6:30 PM  San Antonio, Texas – Central Market Cooking School

Cooking Class & Discussions:  Shrimp & Cactus Gorditas; Chile Ancho Meatballs, two more dishes
Central Market Cooking School
4821 Broadway
San Antonio, Texas 78209
210-368-8617
Click Here To Register Online

March 15, 5:30 PM Warrenton, Virginia – The National Association Of Latino Arts and Cultures

Tasting Demo: Cóctel y Botanas
A Collaboration with Chef Jeremy Anderson and the Staff of Arlie House
Arlie House

6809 Airlie Rd
Warrenton, VA 20187
Phone:(540) 347-1300

April 7, 2015 5:30 pm Houston, Texas – Center For Mexican American Studies

Book Reading and Demo:  “Cuisine as a Mexican American Cultural Practice”
University of Houston
Center for Mexican American Studies
323 Agnes Arnold Hall
Houston, TX 77204-3001
Phone: (713) 743-3136

April 12, 2015  1:00-5:00 PM Bulverde, Texas – Bulverde/Spring Branch Library

Reading and Book Signing – Tasting Appetizer Recipes
Bulverde/Spring Branch Library
131 Bulverde Crossing
Bulverde, TX 78163
Contact:  Susan Herr, Library Director
830.438.4864
bsblsusan@gmail.com

April 13, 2015  6:00-8:00 PM San Antonio, Texas – AARP

Con Salud y Con Gusto! — A Cooking Demo & Tasting
Followed by book signing and reception

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
San Antonio Food Bank
5200 Old Highway 90 West
San Antonio, TX 78227

May 7-9 2015   San Antonio, Texas – Foodways Texas Annual Symposium: “The Texas Mexican Table”

Presentation and Demo: “Truly Texas Mexican In Context: History and Cooking Demo”
Foodways Texas 2015 Symposium: “The Texas Mexican Table”
—Photo Gallery—

University of Texas at Austin
2505 University Ave B7100
Austin, Texas 78712
512-471-3037

June 9, 2015   Houston, Texas 6:00 PM – Hispanic Women Of Texas Event

Reading, Book-Signing, and Tasting
Career and Technical High School, Culinary Arts

1348 Genoa Red Bluff Rd
Houston, TX 77034

June 17,  2015   Houston, Texas 9:00 AM – KHOU-TV, Channel 11 “Greay Day Houston”

Television Cooking Demo: “Summer Treats with Watermelon!”
Recipes from “Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage In Recipes”
KHOU-TV Channel 11

1945 Allen Parkway
Houston, TX 77019
(713) 526-1111

August 1,  2015   Houston, Texas 2:00 PM Blue Willow Bookshop

Reading and Book Signing
“… cuisine as an art form, an artistic practice that molds our identity and strengthens our community.
I’ll also discuss the differences between Texas Mexican food (my family recipes) and the restaurant format, “Tex-Mex.”

14532 Memorial Drive
Houston, TX 77079

Phone: 281.497.8675

September 17, 2015  Houston, Texas 6:00 PM – Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston

“Art + Cuisine: Truly Texas Mexican”
A lecture/visual presentation about the artistic, cultural dimensions of Texas Mexican cuisine, followed by a sit-down dinner featuring dishes from the book, paired with Texas wines.

Tickets purchased at the MFAH, online or in person at the reception desk.
Tickets go on sale in mid-August, 2015 on the museum website
The Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston
1001 Bissonnet, Houston, Texas 77005
713.639.7300

September 23, 2015  Houston, Texas 10:30 AM – US Coast Guard

Hispanic Heritage Month, “Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage”
Visual presentation and Food Demo with Tasting: Watermelon Canapés

US Coast Guard
Ellington Field

September 28, 2015 San Antonio, Texas 3:45 PM- National Association Of Latino Arts And Cultures

The Intercultural Leadership Institute
“Culinary Arts as an aesthetic practice of Mexican Americans in Texas”
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center
723 Brazos Street
San Antonio, Texas 78207
(210) 271-3151

October 15, 2015 San Antonio, Texas – AARP at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center

AARP Presents Healthy Texas Mexican Cooking
Visual presentation: The History of Indigenous San Antonio Cookery
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center
723 Brazos Street
San Antonio, Texas 78207
(210) 271-3151
Space is Limited. Click Here to Register Onlline

October 28, 2015  6:30 PM  San Antonio, Texas – Central Market Cooking School

Cooking Class & Discussions:  Basics of Traditional Healthy Texas Mexican Cooking –It’s not Tex-Mex
Central Market Cooking School
4821 Broadway
San Antonio, Texas 78209
210-368-8617
Info and Online Registration Click Here

October 29, 2015  6:30 PM  Austin, Texas – Central Market Cooking School

Cooking Class & Discussions: Basics of Traditional Healthy Texas Mexican Cooking –It’s not Tex-Mex
Central Market Cooking School
4001 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78756
tel:  512-206-1051
fax: 512-206-1010
Info and Online Registration Click Here

November 2, 2015 5:30 pm Houston, Texas – Center For Mexican American Studies

Book Discussion and Cooking Demo:  “Cooking Is A Mexican American Cultural Practice”
University of Houston
Center for Mexican American Studies
323 Agnes Arnold Hall
Houston, TX 77204-3001
Phone: (713) 743-3136

December 3, Houston, Texas – AARP at the Midtown Arts & Theatre Center – MATCH

AARP Presents Healthy Texas Mexican Cooking
Visual presentation: The History of Indigenous, Healthy Cooking in Houston & Texas
Cooking Demo followed by Chef’s Menu Dinner & Book Signing
Hess Club
5430 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, Texas 77056
USA
877-926-8300

December 10, San Antonio, Texas – AARP

AARP Presents Healthy Texas Mexican For The Holidays!
Visual presentation and Cooking Demo: A Holiday Party Buffet
Followed by Book Signing
Hacienda Santa Maria
2121 North St. Mary’s Street
San Antonio, Texas 78212
USA
877-926-8300

 2014 Events

Thank you newly-found readers, cooks and foodies whom I’ve met at these events. Each encounter has enriched and enlightened me.”

June 14  2:00 PM  Houston, Texas – River Oaks Barnes & Noble Bookstore
Thanks for all the conversations, sharing of experiences.  We SOLD OUT of all the books!

Book Signing & Tasting
River Oaks Barnes & Noble Bookstore
River Oaks Shopping Center
2030 W. Gray Street, Houston, TX 77019,
713-522-8571

June 19  5:30 PM San Antonio, Texas – The Culinary Institute of America, “Nao” Restaurant
Chef Geronimo López, Sous Chef Gustavo Gonzáles and the Kitchen staff plus all of the food lovers: Thank you for an amazing evening.

Meet the Author, Cocktail Reception and Chef’s Three-Course Dinner Menu
Picture Gallery
with Wine Pairings and Book Signing.  Ticket includes Cocktail Reception, Appetizers, Dinner, Wines and Book
Hosted by Nao Restaurant at The Culinary Institute of America
Chef Geronimo Lopez-Monascal
312 Pearl Pkwy
San Antonio, TX 78215
210-554-6484

June 21, 6:30-9:00 PM Houston, Texas – Brennan’s Restaurant

Reception, “A Taste Of Texas,” Hosted by The Culinary Institute of America
Food Tasting and Book Presentation
Picture Gallery
Brennan’s Restaurant
3300 Smith St
Houston, TX 77006
(713)522-9711
Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, CIA Alumni

June 24, 6:30 PM – Houston, Texas, Sorrel Urban Bistro

Curator for Dinner Chef’s Menu: “A Culinary Tour of Latin America”
Picture Gallery
The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC)
“Houston Honors” Three Visionary Arts Leaders
Tickets to this fundraiser, $150, may be purchased by emailing development@nalac.org
Sorrel Urban Bistro
2202 W Alabama St
Houston, TX 77008

July 9, Washington, D.C.

Research, Smithsonian Institution

 

July 11, San Antonio, Texas,

Research:  Development of a US Native Arts Discipline, Latina/o Cuisines

July 17, Los Angeles, California – “Sabor De Las Américas” LA River Center

Judging the finalists of Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project’s Restaurant Contest.
Representing the National Association of Latin Arts and Cultures and invited by Southwest Airlines.
LA River Center
Los Angeles, CA 90065
SVREP, “Sabor De Las Ámericas” Phone: 323-205-2190

July 23, Atlanta, Georgia 5:00 PM – The Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia

Cocktail Reception with Cooking Demo and Book Signing
LACC Georgia
2125 Beaver Ruin Road

Suite 300
Norcross, Georgia 30071
(770) 441-7581
membership@laccgeorgia.org

August 3, 7 PM Canterbury, England

Presentation
Dinner, The Porticus Fellows
Canterbury Cathedral Lodge
Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom
Private Event

August 8, 5:00 PM – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Cooking Demo, Chef’s Menu Dinner and Book Signing
Amsterdam Cooking Club
Private Event

August 9,  Amsterdam, The Netherlands 3:00 PM – The American Book Center

Cooking Demo, Tasting and Book Signing
The American Book Center
Spui 12, 1012 XA Amsterdam, Netherlands
+31 20 625 5537

August 20, 6:30 PM – San Antonio, Texas

Cocktail Reception:  Cooking Demo and Book Signing
“A Literary Feast At The Home Of Jordan Vexler: Cocteles, Botanas and Conversations”
To benefit the San Antonio Library Foundation
Held at:  127 E. Mulberry
San Antonio, Texas 78212

August 30, 12 noon –  Fort Worth, Texas

Book Signing at Texas Christian University
TCU Bookstore
2950 West Berry Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76109
Store Contact:  David George
(817)257-5998
d.george@tcu.edu

September 6, 12:00 noon  Baton Rouge, Louisiana – LSU

Book Signing and Tasting
Louisiana State University
Barnes & Noble at LSU
100 Raphael Semmes
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Contact: Lance Kisamore
225-388-5137
Lkisa1@lsu.edu

September 13, 2:00 PM Nashville, TN – Vanderbilt University

Book Signing, Tasting, Q&A
Barnes & Noble at Vanderbilt University
2501 West End Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 343-2665
Store Contact:
615.343.2665
john.lasiter@vanderbilt.edu

September 14,  6:00 PM Nashville, TN – The Treehouse Restaurant

Book Reading and
THE CHEF’S KITCHEN LAB:  “Exploring Traditions & New Avenues in Native American and Mexican American Dishes”
Hosted by CIA Graduate, Chef Todd Alan Martin, Executive Chef of
The Treehouse Restaurant
Picture Gallery
1011 Clearview Ave
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 454 4201

September 25, 12:00 noon and 6:00 PM – Abilene Country Club

Book Signing and Tasting at Luncheon and Gala Dinner
Picture Gallery
Friends Of The Abilene Public Library
Abilene Country Club
4039 S. Treadaway Blvd
Abilene, TX 79602
(325)692-2583

September 27, 12:00 noon Dallas, Texas – SMU

Book Signing and Tasting
Southern Methodist University
Bookstore
3060 Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, Texas 75205
Contact: Didi Archilla
214.768.2435
Sm526@bncollege.com

October 4, 2:30 pm Houston, Texas – Center For Mexican American Studies

Book Presentation and Reading:  “Cuisine as a Mexican American Cultural Practice”
University of Houston
Center for Mexican American Studies
College of Architechture, Room 209
4800 Calhoun Rd
Houston, TX 77004
Contact: Lorenzo Cano, (713) 743-3136

October 14, Boston, MA 7:00 PM – Harvard University

Book Signing and Presentation: “The Roots of Mexican Indigenous Cuisine”
Harvard University
Harvard Coop
1400 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02238
Store Contact:  Karen Porter
617.499.2000

October 15, Boston, MA 12 noon – Xbition Kitchen Theatre, Northeastern University

Book Signing and Cooking Demonstration
Photo Gallery
Xbition Kitchen Theatre
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Store Contact: Tim Meisel
617.373.2286

October 23, San Antonio, TX 12 noon – Mexican American Studies, Palo Alto College

Book Reading and Cooking Demo: “Gorditas and Identity: The Roots of Texas Mexican Indigenous Cuisine”
Palo Alto College
1400 W. Villaret Blvd
San Antonio, Texas 78224
Contact: Juan Tejeda
210-486-3229
jtejeda12@alamo.edu

October 25, Austin, TX 10:00- 11:00 AM Texas Book Festival

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The culinary history of Mexican Americans today (400th generation Texans) boasts techniques native to Texas, incorprating European and African imported ingredients.

Cooking Demo“Sandía con Aguacate, Serrano y Grapes”
Central Market Cooking Tent
State Capitol
1100 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701
Austin, Texas

 

November 4, Houston, TX 5:30 PM – Center For Mexican American Studies

Book Presentation and Class Reading: “Culinary Links to Navajo Cuisine in New Mexico”
Center for Mexican American Studies
AUniversity of Houston
323 Agnes Arnold Hall
Houston, TX 77204-3001
Phone: (713) 743-3136

November 8, Santa Fe, NM 10:30 AM – American Folklore Society’s 2014 Annual Meeting

Paper Presentation, Foodways Panel, and Book Signing
American Folkore Society Annual Meeting
Santa Fe Convention Center
Santa Fe, NM
614-292-4715

November 15, New Orleans, LA 12:00 noon – Tulane University

Book Signing and Tasting
Tulane University Bookstore
University Center – 31 McAlister Drive
New Orleans, LA 70118
Contact: Mia Buggage
504-865-5913
mbuggage@tulane.edu 

November 22, Houston, TX 2:00 pm Barnes & Noble River Oaks

Book Signing and Tasting
River Oaks Barnes & Noble Bookstore
2030 W. Gray Stree
Houston, TX 77019
713-522-8571

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2 thoughts on : Author Events

  • January 27, 2016 at 12:19 pm

    Hi, Sylvia. I’ll upload the 2016 dates tomorrow. Thanks for reminding me!

  • silvia Hernandez
    January 26, 2016 at 11:03 pm

    Can you please post your 2016 schedule. I would like to attend San Antonio event. I missed you in 2015.

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