Lucrecia Guerrero, Purdue University Northwest limited term lecturer of English, is among a group of writers whose work will be featured in "Finding Home," an Indiana Repertory Theater production celebrating the Indiana Bicentennial.
"Finding Home" opens in Indianapolis Saturday (10/22) and continues through Nov. 13.
While this piece was written for the stage, Guerrero is best known as a writer of prose fiction. Her novel, "Tree of Sighs," was the 2011 winner of the Premio Aztlan Literary Award and won a Christopher Isherwood Fellowship.
Guerrero’s short fiction has been featured in such magazines as “The Antioch Review” and “Glimmer Train,” and some of her short work has been published in a volume, entitled "Chasing Shadows."
At PNW Guerrero has taught Creative Writing and Hispanic-American Literature.
Purdue University Northwest
Purdue University Northwest (PNW), a comprehensive regional university within the Purdue University system, has Northwest Indiana campuses in Hammond and Westville. The university was formed by the unification in 2016 of the former Purdue University Calumet and Purdue University North Central. With more than 15,000 students and nearly 70 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, Purdue Northwest is Indiana’s fifth largest public university. For more information about PNW, visit www.pnw.edu.