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Conversation: Nabeel Yasin & Jo Tatchell

When: Friday, April 27
Where: Instituto Cervantes New York: 211–215 East 49th St.
What time: 3–4 p.m.

Free and open to the public. No reservations.

Co-sponsored by Instituto Cervantes New York and the Consulate General of Spain

In the winter of 1979, Iraq’s most famous young poet, Nabeel Yasin, gathered together a handful of  belongings and fled the country with his wife and son. With his biographer, journalist Jo Tatchell, Yasin discusses that terrifying journey, his life in exile, and the political and social upheaval that destroyed a generation of Iraqi men.

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