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WHM: Book Read, Q/A,…

Book Signing event with Guest Author, Nan Cuba
Nan Cuba, Author

WHM: Book Read, Q/A, and Signing

Add to Calendar Join us on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 12pm in the Watson Fine Arts Center Morgan Gallery for a reading, Q&A and book signing with special guest author, Nan Cuba. Cuba’s novel was one of O Magazine’s “Ten Titles to Pick up Now” last May. "Body and Bread" is available now in the Campus Bookstore and will be available for purchase and signing at the event. Here is a review of "Body and Bread" from Texas Books in Review: “Nan Cuba’s 'Body and Bread' could be the quintessential Texas novel for the twenty-first century. Body and Bread focuses on several generations of the Pelton family, their relationship to Texas, and those issues of family, tragedy, illness, and kinship. Like Faulkner’s Yoknapatawpha County, Cuba’s Texas is rich with history and tainted with deceptions revolving around slavery and race relations in the South.” --Catherine Kasper. For a complete listing of our Women's History Month events, please visit