Luis Alberto Urrea Reads From Ghost Sickness

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In this 2012 Moyers Moment from Moyers & Company, Luis Alberto Urrea reads a poem about his father, who was killed in a mysterious car crash on his way back to the U.S. from his hometown of Sinaloa, Mexico.

Watch the full conversation between Bill Moyers and Luis Alberto Urrea.

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  • Marion

    the sharing of good poetry between empathetic people is a beautiful and meaningful ritual.  Thank you for your words…mm

  • TravelinTom

    Thank you for bringing this important author to greater exposure.

  • Gking1970

    Wow.

  • Patmcatee

    Thank you for his appearance . I am grateful for his very being! I will now set out to learn his works to learn his teachings and to further honor him. Amazing!

  • deb nagy

    Thank you for introducing this wonderful author and spokesman to the world . 

  • Shirley Griffey Barr

    Glad to catch this interview as I will see Urrea as a keynote speaker at The Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference in Grapevine July 20-22.  Hi to Bill Moyers…we were both on the Campus Chat staff at UNT in 1955. ;0