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The Insistence of Harm by Fernando Valverde
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

The Insistence of Harm by Fernando Valverde

Fernando Valverde will present his latest work, “The Insistence of Harm,” in conversation with translator Allen Josephs at Union Market.

Nov 1, 2019

José María Merino and Ana Merino in conversation
  • Literature
  • Boston

José María Merino and Ana Merino in conversation

José María Merino and Ana Merino, father and daughter, will be talking about the act of reading, their literary inspirations, and their life experiences from the perspective of each one’s age and gender, in a conversation presented by professor José M. del Pino.

Oct 24, 2019

José Quintanar at SPX 2019
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

José Quintanar at SPX 2019

SPX (Small Press Expo) 2019, the premier event for indie comics, cartooning and graphic novels, presents Spanish graphic novelist and illustrator José Quintanar.

Sep 15, 2019

Maria Dueñas at the 2019 National Book Festival
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

Maria Dueñas at the 2019 National Book Festival

Acclaimed author María Dueñas returns to the Library of Congress National Book Festival to present her novel “The Vineyard.”

Aug 31, 2019

Paco Roca: Signing and Q&A
  • Literature
  • Los Angeles

Paco Roca: Signing and Q&A

Spanish graphic artist Paco Roca visits UCLA to discuss his work, his techniques, and his passion for the art of comics.

Jul 23, 2019

Benito del Pliego at Maratón de la Poesía 2019
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

Benito del Pliego at Maratón de la Poesía 2019

Teatro de la Luna presents its 27th Poetry Marathon in Spanish, “La Pluma y la Palabra,” with the participation of Spanish poet Benito del Pliego.

Jun 7 – Jun 8, 2019

Burp: Adventures in Eating and Cooking by Mercedes Cebrián
  • Literature
  • New York

Burp: Adventures in Eating and Cooking by Mercedes Cebrián

Spanish writer Mercedes Cebrián presents the English translation of her latest book focused on her culinary experiences on both sides of the Atlantic.

Apr 17, 2019

Luna y Panorama sobre los Rascacielos
  • Literature
  • New York

Luna y Panorama sobre los Rascacielos

Sixteen years after the publication of “Piel Palabra,” this new poetry anthology entitled “Luna y Panorama sobre los Skyscrapers” presents works by Spanish poets in New York.

Apr 9, 2019

2019 International Comic Arts Forum
  • Literature
  • Iowa City

2019 International Comic Arts Forum

This year International Comic Arts Forum will focus on Spanish, Latin American, and U.S. Latin comics, and will explore the topic of inmigration in comics and cartoonings.

Apr 4 – Apr 6, 2019

IV Kerouac Festival New York
  • Literature
  • New York

IV Kerouac Festival New York

Inspired by the Beat Generation, artists from all over America and Spain meet in the Big Apple for three days of concerts, recitals and poetic actions, in a dynamic and contemporary sample of the different forms that poetry can adopt: slam, spoken word, hip hop, soul, stand up poetry or performance.

Apr 3 – Apr 6, 2019

A Conversation with Kirmen Uribe
  • Literature
  • New York

A Conversation with Kirmen Uribe

Lila Zemborain and Marisa Belausteguigoitia host a conversation with writer Kirmen Uribe about his work at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center.

Mar 27, 2019

The Story of H by Marina Perezagua at the Virginia Festival of the Book
  • Literature
  • Charlottesville, VA

The Story of H by Marina Perezagua at the Virginia Festival of the Book

Spanish writer Marina Perezagua presents her new book, “The Story of H,” a quixotic twenty-first century quest around the world to discover what makes us human.

Mar 22, 2019

The Story of H by Marina Perezagua in Washington, D.C.
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

The Story of H by Marina Perezagua in Washington, D.C.

Spanish writer Marina Perezagua presents her new book, “The Story of H,” a quixotic twenty-first century quest around the world to discover what makes us human.

Mar 20, 2019

Miguel Hernández a plena luz
  • Literature
  • Chicago

Miguel Hernández a plena luz

This new exhibition presents the remarkable life and death of the youngest member of the Generation of ‘27.

Mar 14 – May 13, 2019

Divine Lola by Cristina Morató
  • Literature
  • New York

Divine Lola by Cristina Morató

Spanish journalist Cristina Morató presents the biography of a fascinating character –Lola Montes, a famous Flamenco dancer, who made a splash in Europe in the mid-19th century– and will also discuss the subject of forgotten traveling women.

Mar 7, 2019

Intellectual Philanthropists. The seduction of the masses by Aurélie Vialette
  • Literature
  • New York

Intellectual Philanthropists. The seduction of the masses by Aurélie Vialette

Historian Jo Labanyi (NYU) introduces author Aurélie Vialette (Stony Brook University) and talks about her recent book on the history of philanthropy and social movements in 19th and 20th century Spain.

Feb 14, 2019