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Author Tom Miller's books with links to order them; Miller's photograph and biography, and an opportunity to arrange for Miller to speak to your organization, school, or convention.
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TOM MILLER has enlightened and entertained audiences at major book fairs, universities, and writers' conferences with his lively talks about his books and the many places his journeys have taken him. To arrange for Tom Miller to speak at your event, click here to inquire about available dates.

PUBLIC APPEARANCES

FORTHCOMING

October 3, 2014 (Friday)
4:30-5:30 pm
“Writing on the Edge”
Center of the American West
Westward Look Resort, Tucson
(closed to the public)

October 7, 2014 (Tuesday)
5:30 p.m.
“How I Learned English”
Copper Queen Library
Bisbee, Arizona
details: (520) 432-4232

October 17, 2014 (Friday)
Afternoon talk: The Mexican Border
Santa Cruz County International Film Festival
Time & place to be announced
click for Festival details

Oct.29 - Nov. 5, 2014
consultant to The Travel Channel
Havana, Cuba

January 3-10, 2015 (Sat.–Sat.)
"Literary Havana V" group leader
Havana, Cuba
details

July 12–19 (Sun.–Sun.) 2015 (yes, 2015) Centrum – The Port Townsend Writers Conference
Port Townsend, Washington
Travel writing workshop
9 – 11:30 A.M. daily
Enrollment details to come


PREVIOUS

March 16, 2014 (Sunday) 2:30 pm
TUCSON FESTIVAL OF BOOKS
University of Arizona campus
Moderator, for panel: Finding Home: Exiles in Fiction panelists: Benjamin Alire Sáenz and Andre Dubus
Modern Languages Bdg., #350

March 15, 2014 (Saturday) 4:00 pm
TUCSON FESTIVAL OF BOOKS
University of Arizona campus
Panelist, "Not Lost in Translation.”
Student Union Kachina Room

January 4-11, 2014 (Sat.–Sat.)
"Literary Havana" group leader
Havana, Cuba

December 18, 2013 (Wednesday)
“Cuba from the Street”
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Arizona Senior Academy
13715 E. Langtry Lane, Tucson
Open to the public

July 5 – 10, 2013 CANCELLED
Group leader, research trip to Cuba
(Pre-AAN convention option open to members of the Association of Alternative Newsmedia)
Havana, Cuba

June 12, 2013 (Wednesday)
“Writing on the Edge: Borderlands Reading”
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Arizona Senior Academy
13715 E. Langtry Lane, Tucson
Open to the public
click for details

June 5, 2013 (Wednesday)
“Travels through Cuba”
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
US Border Patrol, Diversity & Inclusion
Committee, Customs & Border Protection
Service, Tucson Sector
Private event

April 8 & 9, 2013 (Monday & Tuesday)
guest speaker and classroom visits
Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program
Bridgewater State University
Keynote talk: “Travels Through Castro’s Cuba” 3:30 pm, April 9, Heritage Room, Maxwell Library
Bridgewater, Mass.
click here for details
download poster

April 3, 2013 (Wednesday)
10 a.m.
“Writing on the Edge: Borderlands Reading”
Sun Lakes Library
(near) Chandler, Ariz.

January 29, 2013 (Tuesday)
5:30 p.m.
“Writing on the Edge: Borderlands Reading”
Copper Queen Library
Bisbee, Arizona

January 6-13, 2013 (Sun.–Sun.)
"Literary Havana"
group leader
Havana, Cuba

December 4, 2012 (Tuesday)
2 p.m.
“Thornton Wilder’s Arizona Days”
Sierra Vista Public Library
2600 E Tacoma St, Sierra Vista, Ariz.
open to the public
Details: (520) 458-4225

November 12, 2012 (Monday)
7 pm
“Don Quixote’s Trail”
Tucson Literary Club
(private event)
Tucson, Arizona

October 20, 2012 (Saturday)
2 pm
Tucson Hilton East
Guest speaker
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer
(Dominican Republic) Reunion
Tucson, Ariz.
(private event)

October 9 & 10, 2012 (POSTPONED)
guest speaker and classroom visits
Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program
Bridgewater State University
Bridgewater, Mass.
details to come

April 21-30, 2012 (Sat.–Mon.)
National Geographic Expeditions
“Cuba – Discovering It People and Culture”
Expert guide
click for details
[Enrollment full; waitlist available]

April 19, 2012 (Thursday)
Speaker
The Headwear Association annual dinner
Central Park Boathouse Restaurant
New York, NY
(private event)

April 12, 2012 (Thursday)
7:00 pm
“The Cuba You Don't Know”
Hester Auditorium, Henkel Hall
Shenandoah University
Winchester, VA
Open to the public

April 11, 2012 (Wed.)
4:00 pm
“Cuba From the Street”
Saddlebrooke Clubhouse HOA 1
64500 E. Saddlebrooke Blvd.
north of Tucson, Ariz.
Free to members of Friends of the Saddlebrooke Libraries; $5, others
Details: 520-818-3527

April 2 & 3, 2012 (Mon. & Tues.)
Monday -- classroom visits
Tuesday, 7:30 pm
Annual Latin American Studies Lecture
"Cuba from the Streets"
Meyer Auditorium, Hotchkiss Hall
Lake Forest College
Lake Forest, IL
click here for details

March 11, 2012 (Sunday)
2:30 pm

TUCSON FESTIVAL OF BOOKS
University of Arizona campus
Student Union Ballroom
Interview with Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana
Click here for details

March 8, 2012 (Thursday)
12 noon
“Thornton Wilder’s Arizona Days”
Elsie S.Hogan Community Library
100 North Curtis Avenue
Willcox, Ariz.
Details: (520) 766-4250

February 28, 2012 (Tuesday)
5:30 p.m.
“Thornton Wilder’s Arizona Days”
Copper Queen Library
6 Main Street
Copper Queen Plaza
Bisbee, Ariz.
Details: 520-432-4232

February 11-20, 2012 (Sat.–Mon.)
National Geographic Expeditions
“Cuba – Discovering It People and Culture”
Expert guide
click for details
[Enrollment full; waitlist available]

January 15-22, 2012 (Sun.Sun.)
"Literary Havana"
group leader
Havana, Cuba
click for details

Dec. 30, 2011-Jan. 13, 2012 (Fri.Fri.)
University of Iowa Creative Writing Students
group leader
Havana, Cuba

April 30, 2011 (Saturday)
4 pm-6 pm
MC at Tucson Folk Festival
Old Town Artisans Stage
click here for details

April 6, 2011 (Wednesday)
10 a.m.
“Thornton Wilder’s Arizona Days”
Sun Lakes Library
(near) Chandler, Ariz.

March 12-13, 2011 (Sat.Sun.)
TUCSON FESTIVAL OF BOOKS
Univ. of Arizona campus
* Saturday 12th 11:30 a.m.
Conversation with Frank Deford
Ariz. Daily Star Pavilion
* Saturday 12th 2:30 p.m.
Conversation with Martin Cruz Smith
Modern Languages Bdg. Auditorium
click here for details

March 2, 2011 (Wednesday)
7:30 pm
Introducing documentary film
“Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune”
New Loft Cinema
3233 E. Speedway Blvd.
Tucson, Ariz.
click here for details

February 12, 2011 (Saturday)
Writers Round-Up Invitational Book Fair
Cady Hall
Patagonia, Ariz.

January 8-15, 2011
"Literary Havana"
group leader
Havana, Cuba

December 10 & 11, 2010 (Fri. & Sat.)
Arizona Historical Society Holiday Bookfair
Fri. 5 – 8 pm
Sat. 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
949 E. 2nd St.
Tucson, Arizona

November 15, 2010 (Monday)
10:30 a.m.

“Writing on the Edge: Borderlands Reading”
Payson Public Library
Payson, Ariz.

November 11, 2010 (Thursday)
SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, MEXICO
Literary Sala
5:00 pm
Posada San Francisco (corner, Hidalgo & Canal Streets, across from the main plaza)
Admission: 70 pesos; 50 pesos for Literary Sala members
click here for details

October 26, 2010 (Tuesday)
3:00 pm

University of Arizona
UA Library – Special Collections
“Writing on the Edge: Borderlands Reading
Tucson, Arizona

October 23, 2010 (Saturday)
Scottsdale Latin Group:
“A Night in Havana”
Live Cuban music, dancing, food
Event begins at 7:30 pm
Talk at 8:50 pm
Paradise Valley, Ariz.
Fee
click here for details

October 16, 2010 (Saturday)
12:30 - 1:30 pm

TEXAS BOOK FESTIVAL
Panel: "110 in the shade: Writing about the Southwest"
Texas State Capitol Grounds
Capitol Extension room #E2.016
Austin, Texas
click here for details

September 28, 2010 (Tuesday)
6-7:30 pm

“Thornton Wilder’s Arizona Days”
Sunland Village East
2145 South Farnsworth
Mesa, Ariz.
details: 480-380-0106

September 11, 2010 (Saturday)
10 – 11:30 am

“Thornton Wilder’s Arizona Days”
Arizona Historical Society
949 E. 2nd Street
Tucson, Ariz.
(brunch & talk; fee)
details: 520-628-5774

June 22, 2010 (Tuesday)
6 pm - 7:30 pm

“Writing on the Edge: Borderlands Reading”
Prescott Public Library
215 E. Goodwin St., Prescott, Ariz.

May 25-June 1, 2010
Leader, professional research group
Havana, Cuba

May 19-20, 2010 (Wed.Thurs.)
Wizard Academy Writers Conference
in the hill country outside
Austin, Texas
click here for details

May 15, 2010 (Saturday)
8:00 pm

Opening for The Sisters Morales
Plaza Palomino
(SE corner, Swan/Ft. Lowell Rd.)
Tucson
click here for details

May 13, 2010 (Thursday)
Noon – 1 pm

“Writing on the Edge: Borderlands Reading”
Joel D. Valdez Main Library
101 N. Stone Ave., downtown Tucson
click here for details

April 22, 2010 (Thursday)
6 pm

participant, Lectura Continuada (marathon reading of Don Quijote)
Circulo de Bellas Artes
Madrid, Spain
click here for details

April 21, 2010 (Wednesday)
9-11 pm

group reading
Café Concierto La Fidula
Madrid, Spain

April 19, 2010 (Monday)
6 - 7:30 pm

Lecture to ABC Máster en periodismo class
ABC Newspaper building
Madrid, Spain

April 18, 2010 (Sunday)
participant, La Lectura Colectiva del Quijote (marathon reading of Don Quijote)
Centro Cultural
Argamasilla de Alba, Spain
click here for details

March 13-14, 2010 (Sat.Sun.)
TUCSON FESTIVAL OF BOOKS
Univ. of Arizona campus
Saturday, 11:30–12:30 pm
Interview with Luis Urrea
Gallagher Theater, UA Student Union
Saturday, 1–2 pm
Moderator, U.S.-Mexico border panel
Gallagher Theater, UA Student Union
Sunday, 11:30 am
Conversation with Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana
UA Student Union, Ballroom South
McMurtry event CANCELED
Book signing to follow all events
click here for details

February 13, 2010 (Saturday)
Writers Round-Up Invitational Book Fair
Cady Hall
Patagonia, Ariz.
click here for details

February 9, 2010 (Tuesday)
5:30 pm
“Writing on the Edge: Borderlands Reading”
Copper Queen Library
Bisbee, Arizona

January 12, 2010 (Tuesday)
7 pm
"Thornton Wilder's Arizona Days"
The Rogue Theatre
300 University Blvd.
Tucson free/open to the public
click here for details

November 12, 2009 (Thursday)
3:30-5:30 pm
"Cuba From the Street"
College of Justice and Safety
Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, Ky.

September 17, 2009 (Thursday)
7-9 pm

Cuba en Tucson
"A Tucsonan in Cuba"
Cuban food, live music
Little Chapel
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona
$5 donation
visit the website for details
download details (pdf file)

September 8 & 9, 2009 (Tues.Wed.)
MIAMI UNIVERSITY, OXFORD OHIO
Tuesday, 4 pm
“Writing About Your International Experience”
Howe Center for Writing Excellence
Wednesday, 4:30 pm
“Voices from Cuba: The Revolution and the New Millennium”
MacMillan Hall
click here for details (pdf file)

April 26, 2009 (Sun.)
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
UCLA campus
12:30 – 1:30 pm
Lenart Auditorium, Fowler Museum
“America 2.0 – Who We Are Becoming”
3- 4 pm
Hoy (Spanish-language daily) Cultural Stage
“Language and Literacy: The Importance of Multi-lingual Abilities”
click here for details

March 14-15, 2009 (Sat.Sun.)
TUCSON FESTIVAL OF BOOKS
Univ. of Arizona campus
Saturday, 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Talk at UA Alumni/Las Comadres de Las Américas author tent
UA Mall
Saturday, 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Conversation with Elmore Leonard
UA Student Union, Ballroom South
Sunday, 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Talk at UA Alumni/Las Comadres de Las Américas author tent
UA Mall
Sunday, 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Travel Writing panel
UA Integrated Learning Center
Book signing to follow all events
click here for details

February 14 (Saturday), 2009
Valentine’s Day
10 am – 3 pm

Writers Round-Up
Cady Hall
Patagonia, Ariz.
click here for details

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Author Tom Miller's books with links to order them; Miller's photograph and biography, and an opportunity to arrange for Miller to speak to your organization, school, or convention.

 

  Revenge of the Saguaro

“Tom Miller loves the American Southwest the way a man loves a wayward, difficult woman, accepting her trashy, all-too-interesting history while knowing the heartbreaking truth. A rueful, wonderful, highly personal guide.”
Martin Cruz Smith

“Miller is as quirky and delightful as ever, treating the Southwest as a vast midden from which he plucks many odorous but tasty treasures. The fun, as usual, comes from watching Tom digest.”
Larry McMurtry

“[Miller is] a superb reporter and slyly funny stylist. This is a compulsively readable book by one of our best non-fiction writers.”
San Francisco Chronicle

“Tom Miller has brought the region to life in his own special way…he adds to its reality and magic.”
Pete Hamill, from his foreword

Revenge of the Saguaro:
Offbeat Travels Through America’s Southwest

Picture a map that highlights the American Southwest with some of adjoining Mexico as well. ROTS travels this turf, looking at its reality and myths. It answers questions such as –

* What is the sound of one billboard falling?
* Where does “La Bamba” come from?
* Does Rosa’s Cantina in “El Paso” really exist?
* Whence cometh the chimichanga? The bola tie? Black velvet art?
* How did the movies “Milagro Beanfield War” and “Salt of the Earth” come about?
* Who are the Pirates of the Pinacate?

Copper miners, Hollywoodlings, and songwriters, barflies, cockfighters, and eco-saboteurs all have their say. There’s a portrait of Cochise County, Arizona, closer to Mexico than to the United States but obeying the laws of neither, and we learn about the author’s escapades as a stringer for the New York Times. ROTS lovingly portrays this conflicted region with a clear moral vision, while reveling in the joys of the land and its people.

The book, somewhat expanded and updated from its previous life as "Jack Ruby’s Kitchen Sink," draws on the frightening story of a double homicide, in which a majestic 125 year old saguaro kills its assassin.

ENGLISH | KINDLE | German

Read Tom's latest on Don Quixote of La Mancha


(Tom receives the Nobel Prize in Literature?)

click here

 

Also By Tom Miller

Trading with the Enemy: A Yankee Travels Through Castro’s Cuba

“…may just be the best travel book about Cuba ever written.”
Lonely Planet, Cuba

“…required reading for anyone who proposes to visit – or even talk about – Cuba today.”
The Reader’s Companion to Cuba

“…una de las más serias aproximaciones a la realidad cubana de las últimas décadas realizada por un norteamericano…una visión objetiva de una realidad que es ya en sí misma desmesurada, agresiva y pasional.”
Revista ENCUENTRO de la cultural cubana (Madrid)
ENGLISH | KINDLEGerman

 

The Panama Hat Trail

“Among the best travel books ever written”
National Geographic Traveler

“Part reportage, part travelogue, and all pleasure; it is written with enthusiasm and wit… filled with lively anecdotes, pungent asides, vivid scenes... a pleasure on every page of the journey."
— Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post

"Reminiscent of a masterly story by B. Traven...a thorough and entertaining job."
Alex Shoumatoff, New York Times Book Review

ENGLISH | German | Spanish | French | Dutch 

 

 

How I Learned English

 “…a book of high linguistic adventure.”
Frank McCourt

“Essential reading”
Los Angeles Times

 ENGLISH | Spanish

 

 

On the Border

“Miller writes with wit, compassion, and truth.”
The Lone Star Review

“Mr. Miller has drawn a lively sketch of this unruly, unpredictable place.”
New York Times Book Review

ENGLISH | Spanish | French | KINDLE

 

 

Writing on the Edge
A Borderlands Reader

“Miller’s anthology is extraordinarily rich, complex, and unsettling.”
Los Angeles Times


ORDER

 

 

La tumba de Hanigan

A “gem of southwestern nonfiction…the best hour you’ve spent in a long time.”
— Michael Sedano, La Bloga

(ebook only)   ORDER 
This is a digital, Spanish version of the “Hanigan’s Grave” chapter from On the Border
For Amazon Kindle click here  Or under “books” in the iTunes store

 

 



NEWS

         . . . from Homeland Security
The Department of Homeland Security has expressed its appreciation to Tom for taking part in a June 2013 U.S. Customs and Border Protection Caribbean Heritage Awareness event. Homeland Security invited Miller to speak to Border Patrol and Customs agents about Cuba. They said his “generosity is appreciated by our agents, support staff, and families.”

         . . . from Phoenix, Arizona
The Arizona Commission on the Arts has designated Tom as one of only seven recipients of a Research and Development Grant, the Commission’s most prestigious award. The announcement, made in December 2012, says Miller’s grant will underwrite further research on his current book project, Don Quixote’s Trail. In all, there were seventy applications for the annual Artist Research and Development Grant. click here

         . . . from the Basque Country
The organizers of the annual Mikel Essery Travel Writing Contest in San Sebastian/Donostia hosted Tom at the end of his 2011 research trip to Spain. Tom has been privileged to appear in "Mambo Poa," the contest’s journal of winning entries, in its first two issues. The research trip was partially underwritten by the Club España of Tucson and Casa Vicente Spanish Restaurant.

          . . . from the Bay Area
Word has reached us that Tom has won first prize in the coveted Solas Awards for 2010. The Solas Awards judges gave Tom the Gold award in the “Destinations” category for “A Border Rat in the Twilight Zone,” originally published in The Washington Post in February, 2009. He also won a Bronze award for “Notes on an Andean Pilgrim” in the “Travel Memoir” field. The prizes are administered by Travelers’ Tales, a publisher of travel stories.

            . . . from Europe
Spain’s Castilla-La Mancha regional government explains Tom’s activities during the summer of 2009: Click here.

           . . . from the Borderlands
For his "constant and energetic support" of the yearly Patagonia (Ariz.)Writers Roundup, on Valentine's Day 2009 Tom received the first annual Ann Caston Award from the Friends of the Patagonia (Ariz.) Library.

            . . . from South America
May 30, 2008, Tom Miller was honored in a ceremony in the Centro Histórico of Quito, with a proclamation designating him a Huésped Ilustre de Quito (Illustrious Guest of Quito) for his literary contribution to Ecuador, especially The Panama Hat Trail. The proclamation, a handsome 11”x16” certificate with a blood-red ribbon running down its side under the elaborate Quito city seal, was signed by the mayor.


BIO

Tom Miller has been writing about Latin America and the American Southwest for more than thirty years, bringing us extraordinary stories of ordinary people. Miller’s highly acclaimed adventure books include The Panama Hat Trail about South America, On the Border, an account of his travels along the U.S.-Mexico frontier, Trading With the Enemy, which takes readers on his journeys through Cuba, and, about the American Southwest, Revenge of the Saguaro. Additionally, he has edited three compilations, How I Learned English, Travelers’ Tales Cuba, and Writing on the Edge: A Borderlands Reader.

Miller, a veteran of the underground press of the 1960s, was subpoenaed by the Nixon Justice Department to testify before a federal grand jury investigating the anti-war movement. Miller refused to even enter the grand jury room, claiming that to appear behind closed doors would affect his ability to gather news. After considerable legal maneuvering on both sides a US District Court judge ruled in Miller’s favor.

Miller has appeared in Smithsonian, The New Yorker, LIFE, The New York Times, Natural History, and many other publications. He wrote the introduction to Best Travel Writing – 2005, and has led educational tours through Cuba for the National Geographic Society and other organizations. His collection of some eighty versions of “La Bamba” led to his Rhino Records release, “The Best of La Bamba.” His book On the Border has been optioned by Productvision for a theatrical film.

Miller was born and raised in Washington, D.C., attended college in Ohio, and since 1969 has lived in Arizona 65 miles north of the Mexican border. He is a past fellow of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and holds membership in the Thornton Wilder Society and the Cervantes Society of America. He was a major contributor to the four-volume Encyclopedia Latina.

Well-traveled through the Americas, Miller has taught writing workshops in four countries and his books have been published in Europe and Latin America as well as the United States. In recognition of his work the University of Arizona Library has acquired Miller’s archives and mounted a major exhibit of the author’s papers. He has been affiliated with that school’s Latin American Area Center since 1990, and makes his home in Tucson with his wife Regla Albarrán.


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December 5 & 6, 2008 (Fri. & Sat.)
Fri. 6 - 8 pm
Sat. 10 am - 1 pm

Holiday Book Fair
Arizona Historical Society
949 E. Second St.
Tucson, Ariz. 

November 1, 2008 (Saturday)
3 - 4 pm

Texas Book Festival
State Capitol #E2.010
Austin, Texas
click here for details

October 25, 2008 (Saturday)
3:00 - 3:45 pm

St. Pete Times Festival of Reading
St. Petersburg, Fla.
click here for details

October 16, 2008 (Thursday)
8:00 pm

Reeves Theatre
“Trading With the Enemy: 20 Years of Travel Though Castro’s Cuba”
University of Tampa
Tampa, Fla.

October 10, 2008
2 - 3:30 pm

“Trading With the Enemy: 20 Years of Travel Through Castro’s Cuba”
Latin American Studies Charlas Communications Bdg. #206
University of Arizona, Tucson
Open to the public

September 19, 2008 (Friday)
11:15 am - 12:30 pm

REFORMA National Conference
(National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking)
El Paso, Texas
click here for details

June 26, 2008 (CANCELLED)
Sanibel Leadership Conference
Sanibel Island, Florida

May 28-29, 2008 (Wed.Thurs.)
I Conferencia Internacional sobre Moritz Thomsen
Centro Cultural Benjamín Carrión
Quito, Ecuador

May 23, 2008 (Friday)
5 pm

Presentation of the Geotourism Map of the Baja California Peninsula
National Geographic Society,
Center for Sustainable Destinations
La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico

March 31, 2008 (Monday)
Arizona Refugee Resettlement Program
Black Canyon Conference Center
Phoenix, Ariz.
Details: 480-893-7547

March 29, 2008 (Saturday)
Virginia Festival of the Book
Charlottesville, VA
click here for details

February 16, 2008
1 - 5 pm

Writers Round-Up
Cady Hall
Patagonia, Ariz.

February 14, 2008
2:00 pm

Institute for Learning in Retirement
Catalina Vista Recreation Center
14055 N. Del Webb Blvd.
Sun City Vistoso
Oro Valley, Ariz.
Open to all Sun City residents

November 20, 2007
Library/Special Collections
University of Arizona
Tucson, Ariz.

November 14-15, 2007
Arizona Library Association
Mesa, Ariz.

November 10-11, 2007
Miami Book Fair International
Miami, Fla.

November 2-3, 2007
Vegas Valley Book Festival
Las Vegas, Nev.

October 30, 2007
7:30 pm

Grosvenor Auditorium
National Geographic Society
Washington, D.C.

October 30, 2007 (CANCELLED)
8:30 am

Treasury Executive Institute
(private event)
Washington, D.C.

October 11, 2007
6:30 pm
English As a Second Language Success
    Awards
LaGrange Park, Illinois