Brown’s Literary Arts Program presents “Cuba in Splinters”

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Brown University’s Literary Arts Program presents “Cuba in Splinters”—a combination of events focusing on literature, music, social and cultural analysis—on February 4-5, 2015, at the McCormack Family Theater, located at 70 Brown Street (Fones Alley entrance) in Providence, Rhode Island.

February 4, 2015

4:00 pm: New Cuban Writing, Readings by Lizabel Monica, Osdany Morales and Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo, with translator Hillary Gulley

6:30 pm: Tracking Trends in Contemporary Cuban Narrative, Panel Discussion with Walfrido Dorta, Odette Cassamayor, Omar Granados, Emily Maguire and Paloma Duong; moderated by Esther Whitfield

February 5, 2015

12 noon: What We Talk About When We Talk About Cuban Fiction, Panel Discussion with Ahmel Echevarria, Jorge Enrique Lage, Lizabel Monica, Osdany Morales and Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo; moderated by Hillary Gulley

4:00 pm: Cuba in Splinters, A Presentation of the Fiction Anthology, with Readings by Ahmel Echevarria and Jorge Enrique Lage, in conversation with Hillary Gulley and Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo

8:00 pm: Concert by Boris Larramendi

[Photo above by Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo. Many thanks to Adriana Reguant for bringing this item to our attention.]

For more information, go to http://brown.edu/academics/literary-arts/cuba-splinters and brown.edu/go/cubainsplinters 

See more on individual artists through these links: Ahmel Echevarría Peré, Jorge Enrique Lage, Lizabel Monica, Osdany Morales, and Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo

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