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CWS | Autocinema. Presentation of Mexican poet Gaspar Orozco’s collection

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

Add to Calendar 02/22/2017 7:00 PM America/New_York CWS | Autocinema. Presentation of Mexican poet Gaspar Orozco’s collection

Autocinema. Presentation of Mexican poet Gaspar Orozco’s recent collection, in a bilingual edition translated by New York-based poet and translator Mark Weiss, in dialogue with Mariela Dreyfus.

Introduced by Luis Madrigal.

Gaspar Orozco.

Gaspar Orozco. Chihuahua, México, 1971. Ha publicado los libros Abrir fuego, el volumen colectivo, El silencio de lo que cae y Notas del País de Z. Ha traducido poemas chinos de la dinastía Tang y poetas de lengua inglesa. Formó parte del grupo punk Revolución X, con el que grabó varios discos. En 2010, junto a Karina Escamilla, co-dirigió el documental Subterráneos.

Mark Weiss. Nueva York, 1943. Coeditor de la antología Across the Line/Al otro lado: The Poetry of Baja California (2002) y de la antología de poesía cubana The Whole Island: Six Decades of Cuban Poetry.

With the support of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish. The Creative Writing in Spanish Program acknowledges the generous support of Santander Bank through its Santander Universities Program.


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Autocinema. Presentation of Mexican poet Gaspar Orozco’s recent collection, in a bilingual edition translated by New York-based poet and translator Mark Weiss, in dialogue with Mariela Dreyfus.

Introduced by Luis Madrigal.

Gaspar Orozco.

Gaspar Orozco. Chihuahua, México, 1971. Ha publicado los libros Abrir fuego, el volumen colectivo, El silencio de lo que cae y Notas del País de Z. Ha traducido poemas chinos de la dinastía Tang y poetas de lengua inglesa. Formó parte del grupo punk Revolución X, con el que grabó varios discos. En 2010, junto a Karina Escamilla, co-dirigió el documental Subterráneos.

Mark Weiss. Nueva York, 1943. Coeditor de la antología Across the Line/Al otro lado: The Poetry of Baja California (2002) y de la antología de poesía cubana The Whole Island: Six Decades of Cuban Poetry.

With the support of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish. The Creative Writing in Spanish Program acknowledges the generous support of Santander Bank through its Santander Universities Program.


Venue: NYU KJCC

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