Tales from the Town of Widows, a finalist in the “One Brown Book, One Nation” Program.

In commemoration of Hispanic Heritage Month, LatinoStories.Com has announced this year’s selection for its “One Brown Book, One Nation” program that highlights Latino literature across the United States and promotes one book by a Latino author. This year’s winner, Bless Me, Ultima by Chicano author Rudolfo Anaya was hailed for its powerful prose by a national committee. It was originally published in 1972.  The other two finalists in this year’s program were James Cañón’s Tales from the Town of Widows and Fred Arroyo’s The Region of Lost Names.

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