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The book unfurls as encyclopedia entries, each tied somehow to Russia or Monk and Evangelista, who engage with a very minimal plot. Essentially, they meet. They talk. They visit the Soviet seaside town of Yalta. They think about going to France. But with these encyclopedia entries, Prieto has built a book of vivid impressions of Soviet and Russian culture.

Prieto lived there for 12 years and translated Russian authors into Spanish. He is a keen observer of Russia, able to capture small moments that trigger memories in anyone, including myself, who has traveled to this part of the world. Click here to learn about joining Printers Row. Petersburg will earn a smile from those who have visited this frigid place in winter, with icy gales blowing off the Gulf of Finland:. It happened in a single blink. Why write a book if you are not going to be paid for it, and if your work is going to be uploaded into the cloud, mashed up, cut up and pasted up any way the masses like, with authorship lost or simply ignored along the way?

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Its format is stolen from encyclopedias. It is packed with clips and quotes from other texts borrowed from around the globe, from different moments in time, even from purported Soviet elevator instructions. Some entries stylistically echo writing by beloved Russian authors like Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Nikolai Gogol. The very names of the main characters are ripped from the worlds of jazz and fashion.

Such a structure presupposes a reading that will be non-linear and unending …. We have always lived in this world of hyperlinks. Therein is a paradise of vivid colors and simple forms, the pure and archetypal pleasures that in our earthly life we do no more than clumsily brush against. So much of this rings true as companies create technology that can recognize faces in the photos we upload, collect data on everything we do online, and digitize every bit of human life they can while we increasingly live our lives online, virtually.

More and more, our screens give us what we want, or what they calculate we want. This book is not meant to be read from page one to the end. Instead, the reader is encouraged to skip around, allowing each entry — and curiosity — to lead to others, back and forth, until everything is read. The story of Thelonious and Linda is scattered throughout the book, out of order, and because of this, it is almost impossible to connect with them. They never seem real. There is no emotional heart. And where, Prieto seems to be asking, are we headed? Trine Tsouderos is a former science and medical reporter for the Tribune and is now a Chicago-based healthcare media director at a global communications firm.

Todos lanzan su ditirambo sin que haya entre ellos el menor debate. Publicado originalmente en Letras Libres , Mayo Sobre Cervantes, dije. No les pasa por la cabeza que sencillamente uno no quiera o que bien, claro, simplemente no pueda. Abres el Time Out y hay cinco lecturas a la misma hora. Tengo amigos entre los escritores locales, sigo sus libros.

Con Jennifer hice muy buenas migas cuando compartimos en el centro. Siempre pienso en Vladimir Nabokov, que supo hacerlo tan magistralmente. Aparecido originalmente en el suplemento El Laberinto del diario mexicano Milenio. The lineup strikes a delicate balance between emerging talent and established filmmakers, as well as between commercial and independent productions.

By featuring a variety of genres, languages, and geographical origin, this showcase brings North American audiences a glimpse into the state of the art in contemporary filmmaking from Spain. Schedule Friday, December 7, 7. Synopsis: Rush Hour is a documentary film about the daily odyssey that involves moving from home to work in three different cities around the world: Mexico City, Istanbul and Los Angeles. Three stories, three cities and three characters in different contexts but similar realities that survive long journeys and time of life lost.

A panel discussion with filmmaker Luciana Kaplan will follow the screening. Julio Ramos has written extensively about literary and visual culture in Latin America and the Caribbean. Diamela Eltit will be presenting her new novel Sumar. Eltit is a well known Chilean writer and university professor and has been awarded with the Premio Nacional de Literatura de Chile. Born in , Cezanne Cardona Morales is a novelist, short story writer, professor, and columnist.

Patricia Riggen Mexico, This film series explores the experiences of people who leave their homeland seeking a better life and new opportunities. From the U.

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Organizado por Prof. Featuring the author, Sergio Chejfec. CWS Series. KJCC, 7 p. She has written the novel El affair Skeffington , the books of essays A tontas y a locas , El fin del sexo y otras mentiras and Subrayados ; and the non-fiction books El petiso orejudo , Vida de vivos , Banco a la sombra and La comuna de Buenos Aires Photo by Violette Bule Conversation about the book Gravedad. Introduced by Lila Zemborain. Mariela Dreyfus is a Peruvian poet, essayist and translator who has lived in New York since She holds a Ph. Conversation about the book Gravedad.

Poemas reunidos, by Mariela Dreyfus. Introductory remarks by Philippe de Montebello Jerrilynn D. BA, Barnard College. Work has centered on issues of artistic interchange—in particular, among Christians, Jews, and Muslims—and how groups form identities through art and architecture; special interest in the arts of Spain and the history of architecture. He won the Silver Lira at the Lira Festival Ecuador , which awards the best poetry books published in Spanish every two years. Conversation about the work of Peruvian writer Gabriela Wiener. Featuring the author and Mariela Dreyfus.

Introduced by Natalia Sanchez. Gabriela Wiener is a writer and journalist. Her texts have been published in nationals and internationals anthologies and have been translated into English, Portuguese, French and Italian. A personal attack on both capital punishment and Fascist Spain, it evaded the state censors and is now regarded as one of the greatest Spanish films of all time. This film takes a hard look and, despite the implicit drama, is not without humor when it comes to two women and their families reluctant to leave the unique neighborhood of Villaverde.

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Students and the academic community at NYU will have the opportunity to dialogue with the directors, some of the actors, screenwriters, sound designers, and producers of these three groundbreaking Puerto Rican films. The discussion will be in English and Spanish, with simultaneous interpretation in both languages. Traditionally, war films tell only one side of the story—usually that of the victor.

In the United States, where films from Hollywood dominate the box office and cultural conversations, the American point of view, both politically and socially, is most likely to be represented. Id required at the door. Even though the topic has always been central in countries such as Brazil and the United States, it seems we have been watching more movies, soap operas and TV series on slavery than ever. Tourists are visiting historical sites and engaging in tours on the history and memory of the slave trade all over the Atlantic world.

The manuscript has resided in the library of the Hispanic Society Museum since and is the only known manuscript of the book. Thursday April 19th, p. His first book, Historias tremendas, was published in by Isla Negra Editores. Recently, slavery has become an important theme in memory tourism. Just last year, in Rio de Janeiro, the Valongo wharf, which was the arrival place of the highest number of enslaved Africans in the Atlantic, was recognized as a UNESCO site, and is now being visited by tourists and students more than ever.

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Reading and conversation with Argentinian writer Alan Pauls. Picture: Joan Miro Bio. She teaches at Sarah Lawrence College. More on Dr. Curated by Lila Zemborain. This contributed fundamentally to the growing tensions that led to the beginning of the Paraguay war , whose causes , however, have been debated ever since the war ended, and remain controversial among historians.

It was first exhibited in New York City in May as a political icon within a campaign to raise funds for the Spanish Republic refugees. This two-day conference aims to foster discussion about the relationship between art and power, including reflections on the appropriation of visual and print culture by political regimes; the intersections of so-called high culture and popular culture in dictatorships or periods of political crisis; and the constructions of history in light of current events.

Speakers will include poets, curators, historians of art and propaganda, and contemporary artists. Spain serves as a central point of reference for a number of the presentations, including cases such as the recent exhibition Campo cerrado. Condor is a tribute to the memory of the victims of Operation Condor, a secret military plan implemented in by six Latin American countries ruled by right wing military dictatorships to eliminate their political opponents.

Poeta, ensayista, traductor. Five photographs and the search for the exact place in Mexico where his father took them inspired filmmaker Juan Carlos Rulfo to make this film. He was offered Princess of Asturias Award for Literature in Through the ICAIC, Cuban revolutionary cinema cultivated a dynamic relationship between the screen and its spectators. Free and Open to the Public. About the Lecture For centuries, Spanish art was considered only marginal in the international context -a limited deviation from classical excellence. This panel discussion will be held in Spanish and will bring together performing arts professionals providing access and practical advice and sharing insights and strategies to strengthen their artistic practice.

With the support of the Andrew W. The event, which will be held in English and Spanish with simultaneous translation in both languages, is free and open to the public.

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Cuba is currently in the throes of unparalleled change. Cubans are encountering U. The mystique of change and the intensity of encounter rarely afford U. Cuban cinema is a powerful force that can help to shape the moment. Books and literary magazines will be on sale; participants can also enjoy author signings, live performances, opportunities to write, and literary readings.

This series of conversations consider how instruments of remembering and reparation have emerged beyond state sectors, and in the absence of government policies, opening important breaches of recovery and reclamation for victims and their descendants.