Saturday, January 05, 2008

What We Bury At Night

Julian Aguon will have a book reading and a book signing for his third book, "What we Bury at Night: Disposable Humanity", on Jan. 8 at The Venue in Hagåtña.

The book documents the present day realities surrounding the United States' current relationship with Micronesia. The book is the result of his work from his time as a Sam Cohen International Human Rights Fellowship, which Aguon was awarded last year.

For more information, contact Aguon at 472-4062.

1 comment:

Scott said...

Is this book available via Amazon, Barnes&Noble? I would be interested in reading it. My name is Scott West, I retired from the Navy in Guam in 2003 and later moved to Saipan for a year or so, but had to move back to the states in early 2005 to look after my Dad. Guam and the NMI are my home and one day I hope to come back to live there for good; paying a visit this summer. You can e-mail me at Thanks.


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