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The Literary Mews

Global bazaar meets county fair at this fourth annual festival within the Festival. Discover a world of literature, performances, and music on NYU’s beautiful Washington Mews, and its International… More

Translation Slam

What happens when a poem migrates into another language, not just once but twice? Find out at this Festival favorite, where poets, translators, and audience members square off in… More

Reclaiming Our Narratives: Chike Frankie Edozien

Nigerian-born journalist Chike Frankie Edozien, who has written on government and health issues—especially the impact of HIV/AIDS among Africans—shares and discusses his work. Currently working on a memoir, Edozien… More

Dancing with Words and Pictures (Part Two)

Kids watch the José Limón Dance Company perform excerpts from Limón’s classic, The Winged, participate in a movement workshop, and join in a conversation with the author and illustrator… More

Las Reinas Chulas: Activism and Satire

Join us for a special conversation with Las Reinas Chulas, the acclaimed Mexican cabaret company that uses satire, farce, and music to offer humorous social criticism on today’s pressing… More

Mexican Poetics: A Lecture-Performance

Celebrated Mexican poet, essayist, and editor Luis Felipe Fabre offers a vivid and insightful multimedia crash course on contemporary Mexican poetry. Enjoy an evening of music, live performance, and… More

Women of Mexico

Celebrate the role that brave and uncompromising women writers play in Mexican fiction, poetry, journalism, and playwriting. A rare opportunity to hear from some of Mexico’s leading contemporary voices,… More

Cuba in Two Acts

As the United States begins to reopen diplomatic relations with Cuba, a more complex view of the island is becoming more available to Americans whose access to the island… More

Elena Ferrante: Frantumaglia

Italian novelist Elena Ferrante has become a worldwide sensation with her Neapolitan novels. Ferrante’s longtime English-language translator joins Festival authors to discuss the work of this famously enigmatic author.… More