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Correspondences: Bilingual Reading and Conversation with Coral Bracho


When: Saturday, May 3
Where: NYPL Mulberry Street Branch: 10 Jersey St.
What time: 2 p.m.

With Coral Bracho & Forrest Gander

Free and open to the public. No reservations.

Cosponsored by Poets House, New Directions, and The New York Public Library

Coral Bracho and her translator, Forrest Gander, read from Firefly Under the Tongue: Selected Poems, Bracho’s first full-length collection to be published in English. Credited with changing the course of contemporary Mexican poetry with her 1982 collection, El ser que va a morir, Bracho remains one of her country’s most influential poets.

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