Past Events

KJCC Poetry Series - 'La Tinusa. Poetas latinoamericanos in the USA' (Mexico: Aldus, 2016)

KJCC Poetry Series - 'La Tinusa. Poetas latinoamericanos in the USA' (Mexico: Aldus, 2016)

Arturo Dávila, Mariela Dreyfus, Consuelo Hernández,Luis Perez Oramas,Roger Santiváñez and Lila Zemborain. Sponsored by NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center. In Spanish / Reception to follow Free and Open to the Public. Id required at the door.

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KJCC Poetry Series - Reading and Dialogue with Tamara Kamenszain and Sylvia Molloy

KJCC Poetry Series - Reading and Dialogue with Tamara Kamenszain and Sylvia Molloy

Introduced by Lila Zemborain Sponsored by NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center In Spanish/ Reception to follow Free and Open to the Public. Id required at the door.

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KJCC Poetry Series | Migrant Poetry: Andrea Cote and Gloria Gervitz

KJCC Poetry Series | Migrant Poetry: Andrea Cote and Gloria Gervitz

Migrant Poetry: Andrea Cote and Gloria Gervitz. Andrea Cote | Gloria Gervitz. Andrea Cote. Colombia, 1981 Es autora de Cosas frágiles (2010), Una fotógrafa al desnudo (2005),Blanca Varela o la escritura de la soledad (2004) y el libro objeto Chinatown a toda hora, en colaboración con los artistas Adalberto Camperos y Davian Martínez. Ha obtenido el Premio Nacional de Poesía Universidad Externado de Colombia (2003), Premio Internacional de poesía Puentes de Struga (2005), Premio Cittá de Castrovillari 2010 a la edición italiana de Porto in Cenere.

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KJCC Poetry Series | Three poets from A-Fest: Carmen Berenguer, Graciela Huinao and Carmen Ollé

KJCC Poetry Series | Three poets from A-Fest: Carmen Berenguer, Graciela Huinao and Carmen Ollé

Three poets from A-Fest: Carmen Berenguer, Graciela Huinao and Carmen Ollé. Introduced by Mariela Dreyfus and Lila Zemborain. Graciela Huiano | Carmen Olle | Carmen Berenguer. Carmen Berenguer. Ha publicado los poemarios Bobby Sands desfallece en el muro, Huellas de siglo, A media asta, Sayal de pieles, Naciste pintada, Mama Marx, y La casa de la poesía. Además de editora, es performer. Su más reciente libro, Mi lai, será publicado en inglés durante 2017.

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KJCC Poetry Series | Sagrado. Presentation of Roger Santivánez’ Collected Work

KJCC Poetry Series | Sagrado. Presentation of Roger Santivánez’ Collected Work

Sagrado. Presentation of Roger Santivánez’ Collected Works, in dialogue with Sergio Chejfec. Introduced by Mariela Dreyfus. Sponsored by NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center.

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KJCC Poetry Series - Carson y la decreación 4: Mónica de la Torre

KJCC Poetry Series - Carson y la decreación 4: Mónica de la Torre

Mónica de la Torre is the author of four previous poetry collections—two in Spanish and two in English, and several chapbooks, including The Happy End (The Song Cave). A native of Mexico City, she has translated Latin American poets and co-edited several multilingual anthologies, most notably Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry (Copper Canyon). Her work has been published in magazines such as Aufgabe, Convolution, frieze, and The New Yorker. She teaches in the creative writing MFA program at Columbia University and is BOMB Magazine’s senior editor.

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Farewell reading

Farewell reading

Second-year students Farewell Reading and presentation of Temporales, the online MFA literary magazine. Presented by Rubén Ríos Ávila. 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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PEN / KJCC Poetry Series / CWS: Voces que migran: Cristina Rivera Garza (México) e Irene Gruss (Argentina)

PEN / KJCC Poetry Series / CWS: Voces que migran: Cristina Rivera Garza (México) e Irene Gruss (Argentina)

Introduced by Lila Zemborain. Cristina Rivera Garza is the award-winning author of six novels, three collections of short stories, five collections of poetry and three non-fiction books. Originally written in Spanish, these works have been translated into multiple languages. The recipient of the Roger Caillois Award for Latin American Literature (Paris, 2013); as well as the Anna Seghers (Berlin, 2005), she is the only author who has won the International Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize twice, in 2001 and again in 2009.

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Poetas Neoberracos: Noel Jardines, Gabriel Jaime Caro y Jesús Blas Comas

Poetas Neoberracos: Noel Jardines, Gabriel Jaime Caro y Jesús Blas Comas

Introduced by Lila Zemborain **des parra**madas las limas lezamas******** maduras las uvas de la playa albina**** **agriadas las **indigestas nerudas**** **polutas las birrias zuritas** llegamos al severo** nirvana de los glicéridos *gerardos******* y al imperativo verbo de kozer el roto******** **con cutis espinas**sin **re medoalguno ****** y sin el alarde barro de los robertos******** tilánmilántilán*milán*tilón** milonga** ******** la alta defini**ción de neoberraco(1920 x1080 píxeles léxicos)************** **con su nueva etiqueta de las severísimas neoberracas**

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Javier Calvo and Alejandro Zambra

Javier Calvo and Alejandro Zambra

Two Latin American fiction writers will read from their work: “Narciso en la taberna” by Javier Calvo and “Textos mezclados” by Alejandro Zambra. Presented by: Vanessa Londoño. 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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Marta Aponte Alsina and Julio Ramos

Marta Aponte Alsina and Julio Ramos

Introduced by Rubén Ríos.

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Coleccion de Poesia Transatlántica del sello Amargord

Coleccion de Poesia Transatlántica del sello Amargord

With Benito Del Pliego (Spain), Mariela Dreyfus (Peru), Andrés Fischer (Chile), Forrest Gander (US), Pedro Larrea (Spain), Mercedes Roffé (Argentina), Roger Santiváñez (Peru) and Lila Zemborain (Argentina). Introduced by Edmundo Garrido (Chile). Agenda: 6:30 p.m. Welcoming remarks by Lila Zemborain and Edmundo Garrido. 6:45 p.m. Readings by guest poets. 7:30 p.m. Intermission and book sales. 7:45 p.m. Reading by guest poets. 8:15 p.m. Open dialogue. 8:45 p.m. Reception. Sponsored by NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center.

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Welcome Reading. Featuring MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish students.

Welcome Reading. Featuring MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish students.

Featuring MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish students. Presented by Rubén Ríos Ávila. 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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