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Podcasts: Maximiliana

C.M. Mayo at the Library of Congress
A presentation of the novel,
The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire, and an overview of the author's research in the various archives in the Library of Congress, among them, the papers of the Iturbide family, the Emperor Iturbide, and the circa 1920 copies of a substantial portion of the Kaiser Maximilian von Mexiko archive in Vienna. The lecture was sponsored by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress, which is the center for the study of the cultures and societies of Latin America, the Caribbean, the Iberian Peninsula and the Spanish Borderlands, and other areas with Spanish and Portuguese influence.
About one hour

PEN Writers Aloud Reading Series, San Miguel de Allende
C.M. Mayo reads from and discusses The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire, her novel based on the true story. Recorded live January 19, 2011 in the Biblioteca's Sala Quetzal.
About 1 hour and 30 minutes

Presentación de la novela El último príncipe del Imperio Mexicano
La novela basada en la historia real por C.M. Mayo, traducido por Agustín Cadena. 26 de mayo, 2011, Ciudad de México. Con la participación del Dr. Javier Garcíadiego, Carlos González Manterola, Eduardo Turrent, y el novelista Carlos Pascual.
Apróximadamente una hora y 25 minutos