Désirée Zamorano has wrestled with culture, identity, and the invisibility of Latinas from early on, and addressed that in her commentaries which have appeared in the Los Angeles Times and NPR's Latino USA.
She can lend a lively presence to any discussion of the arts, creativity, education, identity and writing. Désirée is a skilled and experienced facilitator and vibrant public speaker. She's delighted to participate in readings, panels and facilitate workshops.
Recent engagements have included:
• Panel participant at Pasadena’s LitFest
• Reader for LA Grand Park’s Noir at Night
• Moderator for a panel of mystery writers, including Naomi Hirahara and Dianne Emley.
• Workshop leader of innovative creative literacy activities