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The Corpus Christi Literary Reading Series is a grassroots arts organization that celebrates literature by inviting one author at a time to Coastal Texas to read, participate in a question and answer session, and sign books.
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In the mid-1980s, when the Corpus Christi City Council passed a 2-percent hotel-motel tax to pay for new arts programs in the city, I approached five friends and asked them to help me start a reading series.

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Johnston was attending Del Mar College 20 years ago when English teacher Mike Anzaldua dropped on his student’s desk a ticket to see author Robert Stone read in the Corpus Christi Literary Reading Series.

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On March 4, 2017, the Corpus Christi Literary Reading Series welcomed authors Stephen Harrigan and Bret Anthony Johnston to speak at the Art Museum of South Texas.

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