Thursday, we're wrapping up our coverage on US-Latin American relations with novelist Cristina Henriquez. Her latest book, The Book of Unknown Americans, is about immigrants who have come here from various Latin-American countries and have settled in one apartment building in Delaware. It's not the typical setting for immigrants maybe, but Henriquez says immigration is a story that's everywhere ... it's an American story. (Rebroadcast)
The Book of Unknown Americans is Cristina Henríquez's second novel, and it's due out in paperback next week [Indiebound|Amazon] . She's also the author of The World in Half [Indiebound|Amazon] and a collection of stories Come Together, Fall Apart. [Indiebound|Amazon].
Visit Cristina Henríquez's The Unknown Americans Project, where she collects the stories of ordinary immigrant lives in the US.
This week, the University of Utah's Hinckley Institute of Politics is hosting its 17th annual Rocco C. and Marion S. Siciliano Forum. This year's focus is "The Future of US-Latin Relations." For details on speakers and events, click here.