Friday, May 9, 2014

Travel Fantasy! Extática lectura de BAR en la Feria deli Libro de BA

Join us this Sunday from 7 pm in the Zona Futuro at the Feria del Libro in Buenos Aires.

Featuring readings of best and latest work by emerging and established writers from the Americas, as well as a musical performance by Fernando Montes Vega, Travel Fantasy is an unmissable journey through language and space.
With readings by:

Anna Kazumi-Stahl
Iosi Havilio
Thibault de Montaigu
Edgardo Cozarinsky
Lucas Mertehikian
Martín Felipe Castagnet
Martín Caamaño
Tryno Maldonado

WHERE: Zona Futuro, Feria del LIbro     WHEN: 19:00 -22:00

Anna is a fiction writer and PhD in literature. Born and educated in the USA, she has lived in Buenos Aires since 1995 and writes short stories and novels in Spanish. Her short story collection Catastrofes naturales was published by Editorial Sudamericana in Buenos Aires in 1997.

Author of the novels Opendoor (Entropía, 2006), Estocolmo (Mondadori, 2010), and Paraísos (Mondadori, 2012), Iosi's work has been included in the anthologies Buenos Aires Escala 1:1, La joven guardia, and Madrid, con perdón.

Thibault is a writer and journalist whose work has appeared in L'Officiel, l'Officiel Voyages, l'Optimum and Milk Magazine. He has written four books, the most recent of which Zanzibar was published last year by Fayard Editions.


Tryno has published the collection of short stories Temas y variaciones (2002), the novel Viena roja (Planeta, 2005), an anthology of Mexican writing Grandes hits, vol. 1 (Almadía, 2008) and Temporada de caza para el león negro (Anagrama, 2009), which was among the finalists for the XXVI Herralde Prize.

Born in Buenos Aires in 1980, Caamaño is a musician and writer. Caamaño studies Literature at the University of Buenos Aires, translates Portuguese and contributes to various magazines writing on cinema, music and literature.

Edgardo is a writer and filmmaker. Among his more than twenty books, the only ones translated into English are Urban Voodoo (prologue by Susan Sontag), The Bride from Odessa and The Moldavian Pimp.

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