Tierra Narrative invita a tres poetas salvadoreñes / de la diáspora a escribir junto con las películas que alberga El Museo de la Palabra y La Imagen en San Salvador, una institución dedicada a recopilar y preservar los recuerdos de la guerra civil salvadoreña. Además de las lecturas, proyectaremos estos cortometrajes: El Gran Debut (1976) de Baltazar Polío en colaboración con Teatro Grupo Independiente y La Zona Intertidal (1980) del colectivo Los Vagos.
Participantes: Lauri García Dueñas (ES/MX); Raquel Gutierrez (Estados Unidos); Elena Salamanca (ES)
Tierra Narrative invites three Salvadoran/diaspora poets to write alongside films housed by El Museo de la Palabra y La Imagen in San Salvador–– an institution dedicated to collecting and preserving memories of the Salvadoran civil war. In addition to readings, we will screen these short films: El Gran Debut (1976) by Baltazar Polío in collaboration with Teatro Grupo Independiente and La Zona Intertidal (1980) by collective Los Vagos.
Featuring: Lauri García Dueñas (ES/MX), Raquel Gutierrez (US), and Elena Salamanca (ES)
Enthusiastic readers and listeners are encouraged to engage more deeply with Lauri García Dueñas' work by purchasing her book América, which is available in a bilingual edition through Isuu.
English and Spanish translations will be available.
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