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Reading for BOMB’s issue dedicated to Montevideo, Santiago & Buenos Aires

By Bud Parr

The following event may be of interest to our readers in New York City:

Please join us in celebrating the publication of BOMB #106, dedicated to Montevideo, Santiago & Buenos Aires

Reading & Launch Party Reception, Thursday, Jan. 29 6:30–8:30pm

Co-sponsored by NYU's MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish

Contributors to BOMB 106 read in both Spanish and English. Featuring the work of two of Chile's leading poets: Raúl Zurita (in a rare U.S. appearance), his translator Anna Deeny, and Nicanor Parra, as read by his translator Liz Werner.

They are joined by the acclaimed Argentine novelist Sergio Chejfec and his translator, Margaret Carson, both reading excerpts from Chejfec's first work to appear in English, My Two Worlds, and the fresh, new voice of Chilean novelist Lina Meruane.

King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center

New York University

53 Washington Square South

(between Thompson & Sullivan Streets)

New York, NY 10012

More information at the BOMB Website

Published Jan 28, 2009   Copyright 2009 Bud Parr

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