Authors and Artists Discuss Latino Topics and Celebrate Latino Culture at the 10th Annual San Antonio Book Festival
Mexican Ballet Folklorico Dancers open 10th Annual San Antonio Book Festival at the Central Library and Southwest School of Art. May 21, 2022. Photo by Ricardo Romo.
Carmen Tafolla, State Poet Laureate of Texas in 2015, is currently the President of the Texas Institute of Letters. Tafolla also served from 2012-2014 as the first City Poet Laureate of San Antonio.
Co-Authors Dr. Harriett Romo and Professor William A. Dupont discuss their new book, Bridging Cultures: Reflections on the Cultural Heritage Identity of the Texas-Mexico Borderlands. Photo by Ricardo Romo.
Author John Philip Santos moderated a book discussion about Phil Hardberger Park. Photo by Ricardo Romo.
Author Sandra Cisneros moderated a panel discussion with newly published author Richard Santos.Photo by Ricardo Romo.
Author Xavier Garza discusses his book Llorar y Llorar with authors Carmen Tafolla and Harriett Romo.Photo by Ricardo Romo.
Artist and Author Adriana Garcia with her new children’s book, Where Wonder Grows. Photo by Ricardo Romo.
Author Roberto “Dr. Cintli” Rodriguez discusses his new book, Writing Amongst the Gringos.Photo by Ricardo Romo.
Author Ito Romo participates in the panel “Writing as a Second Act.” Photo by Ricardo Romo.