Carmen Deedy’s “Stories for the Journey Home”

Feb. 20
Indiana History Center

Sometimes authors’ names simply don’t register with readers. In fact,
it wasn’t until I started researching the performer who will be onstage at this Storytelling Arts event that I realized
Carmen Deedy is the author of “The Library Dragon,” a book I had read many times to my kids.

When Deedy
comes to town this weekend, though, the audience should primarily be adults. She’ll be telling “Stories for the
Journey Home,” which presumably concerns her Cuban roots, her emigration to the United States, and her dual heritage.
Details here.


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