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Friday, March 27 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Transconceptualisms / Transconceptualismos: Emergent Poetics in Spanish

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Transconceptualisms: Emergent Poetics in Spanish 
Transconceptualismos: poéticas emergentes en español 

Reading / Round table 

At the turn of the 21st Century forces in literature engaged in a worldwide conversation upon aesthetic values, particularly un/originality within the craft of writing. In 2012, Vanessa Place referred to conceptualisms as “the first international literary movement.”  Mexican author and artist Ulises Carrion (1941-1989) wrote that “plagiarism is the starting point of creativity in the new art.” These moments in writing point out to the dawning of a conversation in which Spanish speaking writers have a clear voice and strong presence. We will read the works of experimental Spanish speaking writers shedding light upon the context of global conceptualisms.



Moderators
avatar for Marco Antonio Huerta

Marco Antonio Huerta

Student, UC San Diego
Marco Antonio Huerta is a poet and translator. Won the Carmen Alardín Poetry Award in 2005. Author of the poetry collections: La semana milagrosa (Conarte, 2006), Golden Boy (Letras de Pasto Verde, 2009), Hay un jardín (Tierra Adentro, 2009). During the summer of 2009 he decided to kill his own lyrical self. Magnitud/e (Gusanos de la nada, 2012) is a poem-in-progress written together with Sara Uribe and translated into English by John Pluecker... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Román Luján

Román Luján

University of California, Los Angeles
Román Luján is a Mexican poet and translator. National Poetry Award 1997 Abigael Bohorquez for "Instrucciones para hacerse el valiente" (2000), National Poetry Award Francisco Cervantes 2005 for "Deshuesadero" (2006), and National Poetry Award Amado Nervo 2013 for "Alud (in press). Other books of poetry include "Aspa Viento" (2003) in collaboration with Jordi Boldó, and "Drâstel" (2011 and 2015). Coeditor of the anthologies "Esos que no... Read More →
avatar for Hugo García Manríquez

Hugo García Manríquez

freelance translator
Born in Mexico, Hugo García Manríquez lives in Oakland. His most recent publications in English are Two Poems (Oakland: Hooke Press, 2013) and Painting is Finite (LRL, 2012). In Spanish Hugo has published, No Oscuro Todavía (Práctica Mortal, 2005), and Los Materiales (Tierra Adentro, 2009). His forthcoming book is A-H. Anti-Humboldt, a bilingual work that intervenes the NAFTA/TLC agreement. His translations into... Read More →
avatar for Carlos Soto-Román

Carlos Soto-Román

Carlos Soto-Román is a poet and translator. A former resident of Philadelphia, PA he now hails from Santiago, Chile. He has published in Chile: La Marcha de los Quiltros (1999), Haikú Minero (2007), Cambio y Fuera (2009), and in the US: Philadelphia’s Notebooks (Otoliths, 2011), Chile Project: [Re-classified] (Gauss-PDF, 2013), Alternative Set of... Read More →
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Sara Uribe

Sara Uribe was born in Querétaro, Mexico. She is the author of Lo que no imaginas (2004), Palabras más palabras menos (2006), and Nunca quise detener el tiempo (2007). Her most recent work Antigona Gonzalez addresses recent violent acts in Mexico through appropriation and intervention of testimonials.


Friday March 27, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Coffee House Theater

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