Cuba In Splinters

Event Date [Wednesday, February 4, 2015 - Thursday, February 5, 2015]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street (Fones Alley entrance)]

Literature, Music, Social and Cultural Analysis

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4 February 2015

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


Francisco Goldman

Francisco Goldman

Event Date [Thursday, February 12, 2015]
Event Time [2:30 pm - 3:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street (Fones Alley entrance)]

Francisco Goldman has published four novels and one book of non-fiction.  His most recent novel is Say Her Name, which won the 2011 Prix Femina Etranger.


Francisco Goldman

Francisco  Goldman

Francisco Goldman

Francisco Goldman has published four novels and one book of non-fiction.  His most recent novel is Say Her Name, which won the 2011 Prix Femina Etranger.

Jason Schwartz

Jason Schwartz

Event Date [Tuesday, February 3, 2015]
Event Time [2:30 pm - 3:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street (Fones Alley entrance)]

Jason Schwartz is the author of A German Picturesque (Alfred A. Knopf, 1998; Pharos Editions, 2015) and John the Posthumous (OR Books, 2013).  His work has appeared in American Letters & Commentary, The American Reader, The Antioch Review, Conjunctions, New York Tyrant, Salt Hill, StoryQuarterly, Unsaid, and other publications.


Jason Schwartz

Jason  Schwartz

Jason Schwartz

Jason Schwartz is the author of A German Picturesque (Alfred A. Knopf, 1998; Pharos Editions, 2015) and John the Posthumous (OR Books, 2013).  His work has appeared in American Letters & Commentary, The American Reader, The Antioch Review, Conjunctions, New York Tyrant, Salt Hill, StoryQuarterly, Unsaid, and other publications.

Mitchell S. Jackson

Mitchell S. Jackson

Mitchell S. Jackson is a Portland, Oregon native who lives in Brooklyn, New York.  He received an M.A. in writing from Portland State University and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from New York University.  He has been the recipient of fellowships from Urban Artist Initiative and The Center For Fiction. Jackson teaches writing at New York University.

Thalia  Field

Thalia Field

Thalia Field's work lives at the crossroads of prose, essay, poetry, even theater. Her collections include Point and Line; Bird Lovers, Backyard; A Prank of Georges; Ululu (Clown Schrapnel); and Incarnate: Story Material. 

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