Negro Marfil /Ivory Black

2 NEW YORK CITY EVENTS celebrating  
Negro marfil — Ivory Black

by Mexican poet Myriam Moscona
with translations by Jen Hofer
published by Les Figues Press 

Saturday, March 24th, 7pm
A multimedia celebration presenting new work
created especiallyfor this event in response to

Negro marfil / Ivory Black.

Proteus Gowanus
543 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Featuring artwork, films, readings, & performances by:

Armando Alanís Pulido (poet/photographer)
Rachel Bers (visual artist)
Julian Talamantez Brolaski (poet/musician)
Molly Dilworth (visual artist)
Jen Hofer (writer/translator)
Jeanne Liotta (filmmaker)
Myriam Moscona (writer)
No Collective (music/performance)
Julie Patton (writer/performer)
Abigail Severance (filmmaker)

Wine & snacks. Event co-sponsored by
Litmus Press
and The Reanimation Library.
RSVP via Facebook.

Thursday, March 29th, 7pm

A bilingual reading from Negro marfil/Ivory Black
with Myriam Moscona and Jen Hofer

Sponsored by the NYU Creative Writing Program in Spanish
at the King Juan Carlos I Center
53 Washington Square South

http://cwspanish.as.nyu.edu/page/events

(scroll down to March 29)

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  1. pom3Granade says:

    thank you. the city fell in step with spring it seems. here’s from the mid-easterly direction:

    http://www.poets.org/viewevent.php/prmEventID/10909

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