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Dallas Historical Society will present a virtual discussion with Alex Temblador, a Dallas-based award-winning author, freelance writer, public speaker, and creative writing instructor.

Temblador will explore an array of her past articles and stories that highlight the diversity of Texas’ culture and history, showcasing why it’s important to uplift the stories that haven’t been told.

Her first novel, Secrets of the Casa Rosada, won such awards as Kirkus Reviews' Best of YA Books 2018, NACCS Tejas Foco Young Adult Book Award 2019, Writer's League of Texas Book Awards' MG/YA Discovery Prize Winner in 2018, and Texas Library Associations TAYSHA's 2020 Reading List. Her second novel, Half Outlaw, is forthcoming from Blackstone Publishing in 2022.

Dallas Historical Society will present a virtual discussion with Alex Temblador, a Dallas-based award-winning author, freelance writer, public speaker, and creative writing instructor.

Temblador will explore an array of her past articles and stories that highlight the diversity of Texas’ culture and history, showcasing why it’s important to uplift the stories that haven’t been told.

Her first novel, Secrets of the Casa Rosada, won such awards as Kirkus Reviews' Best of YA Books 2018, NACCS Tejas Foco Young Adult Book Award 2019, Writer's League of Texas Book Awards' MG/YA Discovery Prize Winner in 2018, and Texas Library Associations TAYSHA's 2020 Reading List. Her second novel, Half Outlaw, is forthcoming from Blackstone Publishing in 2022.

Dallas Historical Society will present a virtual discussion with Alex Temblador, a Dallas-based award-winning author, freelance writer, public speaker, and creative writing instructor.

Temblador will explore an array of her past articles and stories that highlight the diversity of Texas’ culture and history, showcasing why it’s important to uplift the stories that haven’t been told.

Her first novel, Secrets of the Casa Rosada, won such awards as Kirkus Reviews' Best of YA Books 2018, NACCS Tejas Foco Young Adult Book Award 2019, Writer's League of Texas Book Awards' MG/YA Discovery Prize Winner in 2018, and Texas Library Associations TAYSHA's 2020 Reading List. Her second novel, Half Outlaw, is forthcoming from Blackstone Publishing in 2022.

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