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Reading: Novelist Robert Covelli

3 pm, Jun 02, 2013 | free
 

Emerging novelist Robert Covelli reads from his Black Sheep, a novel about the journey of an activist's temptation to join the political majority.



Where: Teatro Paraguas
Phone: 424-1601
Address:
3205 Calle Marie
Santa Fe,
87507

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