The Miami Book Fair hosts Iván Acosta, presenting With a Cuban song in the heart | Con una canción cubana en el corazón, in its 35th. edition, which will be held between November 11 and 18, 2018.
Imprescindibles de la dramaturgia cubana
In Spanish with translation into English
Iván Acosta presenta la edición del 40mo aniversario de El super (Ediciones La Palma) y su nueva obra Con una canción cubana en el corazón (Un-Gyve Press). Antón Arrufat recibió en 2000 el Premio Nacional de Literatura de Cuba. Nilo Cruz fue el primer autor latino en ganar el Premio Pulitzer con Anna in the Tropics. Matías Montes Huidobro recibió, entre otros, el Premio Anderson Imbert. Arrufat y Montes Huidobro presentan sus respectivas antologías tituladas Teatro completo (Hypermedia) y Cruz hace lo propio con su Teatro (In)completo (Hypermedia). Coordinado por la periodista ganadora del Pulitzer Mirta Ojito.
Wednesday, November 14 @ 8:00 pm Room 2106 (Building 2, 1st Floor)
300 NE Second Ave., Miami, Fl 33132 United States
The Portable Island: Nonfiction on Cuba
With a Cuban Song in the Heart features the artwork from 280 album covers from Iván Acosta’s collection of over 5,000 long-playing discs. From unlikely images of historical newsmakers (Fidel Castro drinking a Coca-Cola on a public bus) to a roster of jet-setting celebrities, Ramiro Fernández’s Cuba Then is a welcome new edition of this seductive and lush photographic survey of the small island that continues to fascinate the world. Told in the words of the immigrants themselves, the stories in Jose Manuel Garcia’s Voices from Mariel offer an up-close view of this international crisis, the largest overseas mass migration in Latin American history.
Sunday, November 18 @ 1:00 pm Centre Gallery (Building 1, 3rd Floor, Room 1365)
300 NE Second Ave., Miami, Fl 33132 United States
Iván Acosta author of WITH A CUBAN SONG IN THE HEART | CON UNA CANCIÓN CUBANA EN EL CORAZÓN (Un-Gyve Press | Un-Gyve Records) will be honored this year by Bandera Cubana Boston for "El Grito de Yara" Cuban Flag in Boston - Izamiento de la bandera cubana por el Grito de Yara — remember October 7th and watch for updates on concerts and events.
Boston University’s Department of Romance Studies VOCES HISPÁNICAS | HISPANIC VOICES Welcomes Cuban-American Playwright Iván Acosta.
Author Reading and Book Signing | Live Cuban Jazz with a stellar ensemble directed by Greg Hopkins featuring pianist Anibal Cruz with special guest David Oquendo, vocals and guitar.
The Colloquium Room | BU Photonics Center | 8 St. Mary’s Street, 9th Floor
Photograph: Machito and his Afro-Cubans
Iván Acosta presents With a Cuban song in the heart | Con una canción cubana en el corazón in New Orleans, with events at Tulane, film screening, talks on Cuban music, culture, and the Cuban American experience.
SELECTED DELANTY Poems and translations by Greg Delanty chosen and introduced by Archie Burnett selected Vermont Book Award Finalist.
The winner is announced at the Vermont Book Award Gala, a celebratory evening of music, literature, and creative culture.
The Greg Hopkins Jazz Orchestra Presents a Requiem for RYLES
Thursday, June 7, 2018 Ryles Jazz Club 212 Hampshire Street, Inman Square, Cambridge 8:30 & 10:00 sets | General admission: $15.00 (Student admission: $10.00)
Greg Hopkins will debut “The Dream Catcher” composed “in honor of this sad occasion.”
Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 7:00pm
A reading from Selected Delanty Poems and translations by Greg Delanty chosen and introduced by Archie Burnett.
Greg Delanty and B. Amore Celebrate National Poetry Month On Thursday, April 19th at 6:30 p.m., Phoenix Books Rutland will celebrate National Poetry Month with Irish poet, now of Burlington, VT, Greg Delanty, who will read from his new book, Selected Delanty, and B. Amore, poet and founder of the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center in West Rutland, VT. This event is free and open to all. Copies of Selected Delanty will be available for attendees to purchase and have signed.
Phoenix Books Rutland is located at 2 Center St., Rutland, VT. For information call (802) 855-8078 or visit www.phoenixbooks.biz
IAC | NYC Greg Delanty in Conversation with Colum McCann
The celebrated poet joins Colum McCann for an intimate reading and discussion.
An intimate reading and discussion.
“Delanty has catalogued an entire generation and its relationship to exile. He is the laureate of those who have gone.” — Colum McCann
Founded in 1972, Irish Arts Center is a New York-based arts and cultural center dedicated to projecting a dynamic image of Ireland and Irish America for the 21st century, building community with artists and audiences of all backgrounds, forging and strengthening cross-cultural partnerships, and preserving the evolving stories and traditions of Irish culture for generations to come.
553 West 51st Street New York, NY 10019 | Box Office: 866-811-4111
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Greg Delanty reads from Selected Delanty | Poems and translations chosen and introduced by Archie Burnett. The reception will be held in the Local History Room; the reading in the Youth Area near the fireplace. Details TBA.
The American Irish Historical Society is a center of Irish culture and knowledge located in New York City ... In continuous operation since 1897, the Society has been non-partisan and non-sectarian since its inception. The Society welcomes new members and is pleased to make its library and select events open to the public.
991 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10028 | (212) 288-2263
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A celebration of the publication and a reading from Selected Delanty.
freeing my tongue’s needle
stuck on its damaged record,
how cúpla dán of mine are hearkening back,
a kind of grappling for the life buoy’s O
of the roads, streets and life of the drowned city
we both hail from.
— Greg Delanty from "The Lost Way"
WITH A CUBAN SONG IN THE HEART
CON UNA CANCIÓN CUBANA EN EL CORAZÓN
Author Talk & Reception @ WDNA 88.9 FM Public Radio Miami
Friday, July 28, 2017 7:30 p.m.
WDNA Jazz Gallery
2921 Coral Way Miami FL 33145 | T: (305) 662-8889 | www.wdna.org
Opening and Closing the Miami Celebrations:
Wednesday, July 26, 7:00 p.m.: Iván Acosta joins host
Viviam Lopez on "Cubaneando" WDNA.
Monday, July 31, 9:00 p.m.: CNN Español "Camilo" welcomes special guest Iván Acosta.
Marian Parry, from The Paris Book. Marian Parry + The Atelier @ Kathryn Schultz Gallery April 7 -28.
Christopher Ricks (Literary Advisor to Un-Gyve Press) visits UCC to give a lecture entitled Interrogatives: Three Irish Poets, WB Yeats, Greg Delanty and Patrick Kavanagh. Hosted by the school of English, the lecture takes place on Monday, March 21st at the Creative Zone, Boole Library from 6pm. It will be followed by a reading by the Cork poet, Greg Delanty (Selected Delanty edited by Archie Burnett forthcoming from Un-Gyve).
Mark Chester's Twosomes touring exhibit and companion book from Un-Gyve Press represents images culled from his forty years of traveling with a camera, presented in pairings related by subject matter, graphic interest or, as the photographer puts it, “a stretch of the imagination.” — a wide-reaching body-of-work that connects architectural icons with sidewalk signage; Japan with Iowa; 1979 with 2002; celebrity with passerby in a manner that reveals, as novelist Paul Theroux describes, “tremendous humanity and humor....In this juxtaposition of matching moods and paraphernalia, Mark Chester shows us in an ingenious way how the world is related and how we matter to each other.”
THE GAUVIN GALLERY MT. AUBURN HOSPITAL: through 2016
A celebration of the poet, of the first-ever collected edition of his poems, in print and — in air — in various voices, a reading from the work. Poets Ben Mazer, editor of the edition and Maurice Manning join Un-Gyve Press, its Literary Advisor, Christopher Ricks of the Editorial Institute of Boston University, and other special guests.
Luis Edward Lozano-Pazmino, Ecuador, Copyright © Mark Chester
The Spire Center for Performing Arts Plymouth Presents Greg Hopkins and The Berklee Concert Jazz Orchestra
The Spire Center for Performing Arts Plymouth Presents Greg Hopkins and
The Berklee Concert Jazz Orchestra Saturday, March 28th, 2015, 8:00 PM
Maria de Souza, Portugal Copyright © Mark Chester
Music for Words: Bob Dylan
Heyman Center for the Humanities Columbia University
Thursday, February 5, 2015 7:00pmThe Heyman Center, Second Floor Common Room
William M. and Sara B. Warren Professor of the Humanities
George Henry Davis 1886 Professor of American History
Eyeglasses, California, 1978 | Sol Moscot Optician, New York, 1970 Copyright © Mark Chester
Big Band Beat! Big Band Jazz: The Greg Hopkins Jazz Orchestra at The Beat Hotel
7:30PM | THE KOSCIUSZKO FOUNDATION | 15 EAST 65th STREET, NYC
October 22 Just Like a Woman? Bob Dylan and the Charge of Misogyny