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No Country for
Eight-Spot Butterflies

Memoir | Manifesto

Part memoir, part manifesto, Julian Aguon’s No Country for Eight-Spot Butterflies is a coming-of-age story and a call for justice—for everyone, but in particular, for Indigenous peoples.

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JULIAN AGUON is an Indigenous human rights lawyer and writer from Guam. He is a lover of the sea and people with sea secrets in their eyes. He lives in Yona, Guam. 

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No Country for
Eight-Spot Butterflies

BOOK TOUR

8/15 – 2:15PM GMT+1

Spokane

7/22 – 7PM PT

Spokane

WA


 

Edinburgh International Book Festival

Edinburgh

A Conversation with Tommy Orange - Auntie's Bookstore

Spokane

9/15
Brooklyn Museum with V (formerly Eve Ensler)

9/19
Politics & Prose with Ed Yong

9/22
Harvard Book Store with Khury Petersen-Smith

9/27
City Lights with Rebecca Solnit 

10/3
Powell's with Karen Russell

10/7
Da Shop with Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua

 
PRAISE FOR No Country for Eight-Spot Butterflies

A powerful, beautiful book. Its fierce love—of the land, the ocean, the elders, and the ancestors—warms the heart and moves the spirit.

ALICE WALKER

 author of Taking the Arrow Out of the Heart