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.
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.
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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"