Posts tagged "Mónica de la Torre"

Poet In New York: Reading Lorca

[ Monday, June 10, 2013; 8:00 pm; ] Eighty-four years ago, on June 26, 1929, Federico Garcia Lorca arrived in New York City from Madrid and began one of his greatest works, Poet In New York. Join us as special guests who have devoted much time to reading, writing about and translating Lorca, recite favorite passages from Poet in New York. This event [...]

Futurepoem Presents: Late In The Antenna Fields, A Response

[ Friday, January 4, 2013; 10:00 pm; ] Inspired by Alan Gilbert’s book, Late in the Antenna Fields, Futurepoem presents Paul Chan, Tyler Flynn Dorholt, Alan Gilbert, Stephanie Gray, DJ Rupture, Benjamin Santiago, and Mónica de la Torre in a night of intermedia work that offers a take on the poetics that have influenced and surround Gilbert’s book.  Guest hosted by Futurepoem’s Ted Dodson.

Mónica de la Torre — “On Recieved Ideas and their Visual Counterpart” — 4/25/12

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Pamela Lu & Mónica de la Torre

[ Wednesday, April 25, 2012; 8:00 pm; ] Pamela Lu is the author of the books Ambient Parking Lot (Kenning Editions, 2011) and Pamela: A Novel (Atelos, 1999), as well as the chapbook The Private Listener (Corollary Press, 2006). Her writing also appears in the anthologies Bay Poetics and Biting the Error, and has been published in periodicals such as 1913, Antennae, Call, [...]

38th Annual New Year’s Day Marathon Benefit Reading

[ Sunday, January 1, 2012; 3:00 pm; ] There are three things to consider when the New Year’s Day Poetry Marathon sweeps you into its gracefully uncouth embrace — what it is, what it was, and who you will be when it’s over. An untamed gathering of the heart’s secret, wild nobility — over 140 poets together revealing not just that a better [...]

Reading for The Whole Island: Six Decades of Cuban Writing

[ Wednesday, February 17, 2010; 8:00 pm; ] Wednesday
Join us as we celebrate this landmark volume of Cuban poetry edited by Mark Weiss, The Whole Island (University of California Press, 2009). It makes available the astonishing achievement of a wide range of Cuban poets over the past 60 years. The translations, almost all of them new, convey the intensity and beauty of the [...]