The Poetry Project

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una noche con Cuirpoétikas y Tierra Narrative / an evening with Cuirpoétikas and Tierra Narrative

Con sede en la Ciudad de Guatemala, Cuirpoétikas es una plataforma para el intercambio de ideas artísticas y poéticas, el diálogo y la investigación sobre la disidencia sexual desde una perspectiva queer. Tierra Narrative colaborará con Cuirpoétikas, invitando a sus poetas a compartir su trabajo, con su pequeña prensa queer y prácticas de publicación de DIY, linajes poéticos e historia comunitaria en mente.

Les participantes de Cuirpoétikas serán confirmados y anunciados pronto.

Based in Guatemala City, Cuirpoétikas is a platform for exchange of artistic and poetic ideas, dialogue and research on sexual dissidence from a queer perspective. Tierra Narrative will collaborate with Cuirpoétikas and invite three Guatemala City poets to share their work, followed by a conversation around queer small press/DIY publishing, poetic lineages, and community history. In tandem with this event, Tierra Narrative will virtually share a selection from its small library of queer Guatemala City poetics.

Featuring: Numa Dávila of Cuirpoétikas, Manuel Tzoc, and more TBA
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English and Spanish translations will be available.

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