Luna Miguel's Poetry on Both Sides of the Atlantic
Join poet, journalist, and editor Luna Miguel as she presents ‘Vomit,’ a bilingual anthology of young American poets.
Due to weather conditions, this event has been rescheduled and will take place on Saturday, February 15th at 7pm, at Mellow Pages Library, 56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Luna Miguel is the author of the poetry books Being ill, Poetry is Not Dead, Sterile Thoughts, The Sailor’s Grave. Various selections of these works have been published in translation and abroad: Bluebird and Other Tatoos in the United States, Sick Muse in Italy, and Beyond Stillness in Argentina. She has also published the story Disinterment written in conjunction with Antonio J. Rodriguez; edited the anthologies They Were Twenty Years Old and Crazed, Bleeders, Strange Fiction and Vomit.
Poet, journalist, and editor Luna Miguel will present Vomit, a bilingual anthology of young American poets, accompanied by her translator Jacob Steinberg in a bilingual reading featuring contributors Tao Lin, Dorothea Lasky, David Fishkind, and Berta García Faet, as well as video-poems by Richard Chiem, Jordan Castro, and Cassandra Troyan.
Related event: Bluebird & Other Tattoos & The Sailor's Grave on Saturday, February 15th at 7 pm at Mellow Pages Library. Free admission. In English and Spanish.