Co-presented with EL CENTRO DE LA RAZA, with support from POETS & WRITERS. Thanks to our friends at El Centro de la Raza, we are pleased to help host this reading with highly regarded poet and professor Adrián Arancibia. Originally from Inquique, Chile, he has been writing, teaching and living in the U.S. A key part of the Taco Shop Poets spoken-word collective, he has also put some good words down on the page. Atacama Poems (City Works Press) is a new book of prose and poems that looks at the generations of a family working mines in Chile—the passing of life, the legacy, the weight of the past on the present. It is moving, lyrical work. This should be a good, spirited evening. For more information on El Centro de la Raza, please see www.elcentrodelaraza.org. (KingRat)
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