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Poetry Reading in Spanish/English at the Library of Congress on Oct. 18th

POETRY READING

AT The LIBRARY of CONGRESS

CELEBRATING FOUR CENTURIES OF U.S. HISPANIC POETRY

Hosted by: Dr. GEORGETTE DORN, Historian, Professor Georgetown University. Chief of the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress.

Moderator: Poet LUIS ALBERTO AMBROGGIO (US/Argentina)

Author of nine books of poetry. Winner of the 2004 TVE Award for poems on solitude. Member of the North-American Academy of the Spanish Language.

With the participation of distinguished American poets representing the South-American, Central-American and Spanish Caribbean Exiles.

ISAAC GOLDEMBERG

A renowned Peruvian poet, playwright, and fiction writer. A Distinguished Professor of Humanities at Hostos Community College of CUNY, Director of the Latin American Writers Institute, and Editor of Hostos Review, an international journal of culture. Author of three novels, more than ten books of poetry, plays and of the anthology El gran libro de América judía

CONNY PALACIOS

Member of the Academia Nicaragüense de la Lengua, poet, writer of novels, essays and literary criticism. She has earned a PH.D. in Spanish from the University of Miami. Professor at Anderson University, South Carolina. Dr. Palacios has published a novel, three books of poems and a book of essays Pluralidad de máscaras en la lírica de Pablo Antonio Cuadra .

REI BERROA

From Dominicana, professor of Spanish and Caribbean Literature at George Mason University. PH. D. in Literature from the University of Pittsburgh. Author of several books of poetry, literary criticism and editor of a number of important anthologies. Literary advisor of El Teatro de la Luna where he coordinates the annual Spanish Poetry Marathon in Washington, D.C.

October 18, 2007 at 6:00 p.m.

The LIBRARY of CONGRESS

Pickford Theater. The James Madison Building, 3rd Floor

101 Independence Avenue, SE

Followed by a reception. R.S.V.P. Cynthia Acosta at (202)707-2013

— Biblioteca del Congreso

RECITAL POÉTICO

CELEBRANDO CUATRO SIGLOS DE POESÍA HISPANA EN USA

Presentado por: Dra. GEORGETTE DORN, Historiadora, Profesora de Georgetown University. Jefa de la División Hispánica de la Biblioteca del Congreso.

Modera: LUIS ALBERTO AMBROGGIO, Miembro de la Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española. Internacionalmente reconocido autor de nueve poemarios, ganador en el 2004 del Premio por poemas de soledad en la Televisión Española.

Con la participación de destacados poetas Americanos representando los exilios sudamericanos, centro-americanos y caribeños españoles

ISAAC GOLDEMBERG

Destacado poeta peruano, Profesor Distinguido de Humanidades en Hostos Community College de la Universidad de la Ciudad de Nueva York, Director del Instituto de Escritores Latinoame-ricanos y Editor of Hostos Review, revista internacional de cultura. Autor de reconocidas obras de teatro, tres novelas, más de diez poemarios y la antología El Gran libro de América Judía.

CONNY PALACIOS

Miembro de la Academia Nicaragüense de la Lengua, poeta, narradora, ensayista, y crítica literaria. Doctorada en Español por la Universidad de Miami, Profesora en la Universidad de Anderson South Carolina, ha publicado una novela y tres poemarios y el libro de Ensayos Pluralidad de máscaras en la lírica de Pablo Antonio Cuadra .

REI BERROA

Dominicano, Profesor de literatura española y del Caribe en George Mason University. Doctorado en Literatura por la Universidad de Pittsburgh. Autor de diversos libros de poesía, crítica literaria y editor de varias antologías importantes. Asesor literario del Teatro de la Luna, en donde coordina anualmente, con el Teatro, el Maratón de Poesía de Washington, D.C.

JUEVES 18 DE OCTUBRE 2007, A LAS 18:00 Hrs.

The James Madison Building, 3rd Floor

Pickford Theater, 101 Independence Avenue, SE

Se ofrecerá una recepción luego del recital.

RSVP. Cynthia Acosta al (202)707-2013


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