Event | Discussion
CWS Series | Conversation with Cezanne Cardona and Francisco Font
Venue: KJCC Auditorium • 53 Washington Square South
Related: Creative Writing In Spanish Program
Born in 1982, Cezanne Cardona Morales is a novelist, short story writer, professor, and columnist. In 2009 he won one of the Puerto Rico’s most prestigious literary awards, the Short Story Prize of the newspaper El Nuevo Día. In 2010 he published his first novel, La velocidad de lo perdido(Terranova Editores) He was included in El ojo del huracan, the new anthology of Puerto Rican short story writers (Editorial Norma) and in Kill the Ámpaya, The Best Latin American Baseball Fiction(Mendel Villar Press). In 2018 published Levittown mon amour, a short story collection.
Francisco Font Acevedo was born in Chicago in 1970. He’s the author of three fiction books: La troupe Samsonite (The Samsonite Troupe), 2016; La belleza bruta (Raw Beauty), 2008; and Caleidoscopio (Kaleidoscope), 2004. A forthcoming book, Santurce, un libro mural (Santurce, a Mural Book), written in collaboration with Rafael Trelles, will be published by the end of the year. He currently works as an interpreter and lives in Philadelphia.
Featuring the authors and Rubén Ríos Ávila.