11 de mai: Presentación de libro: Una trinitaria encendida por Raquel Abend van Dalen

Presentación del libro *Una trinitaria encendida* por Raquel Abend van Dalen. Presentan Mariela Dreyfus y Lila Zemborain.

RAQUEL ABEND VAN DALEN (Caracas, 1989) es autora de los poemarios: *Sobre las fábricas* (Sudaquia Editores, 2014) y *Lengua Mundana* (Común Presencia Editores, 2012); de las novelas *Cuarto azul* (Kálathos Ediciones, 2017) y *Andor* (Bid&Co.Editor, 2013; SubUrbano Ediciones, 2017); y coautora de *Los días pasan y las formas regresan* (Bid&Co. Editor, 2013). Editó las antologías *La cajita cabrona* (Editorial Cráter, 2016) y *Topos mecánicos* (Editorial Ígneo, 2018). Realizó su maestría en Escritura Creativa en Español en la New York University, 2014.

MARIELA DREYFUS is a Peruvian poet, essayist, and translator who currently lives in New York City. She holds a PhD in Latin American Literature from Columbia University and currently teaches at New York University as a Clinical Professor of Spanish and Portuguese.

LILA ZEMBORAIN is an Argentine poet and critic who has lived in New York City since 1985. She is the author of the poetry collections *Abrete sésamo debajo del agua* (1993), *Usted* (1998), *Guardianes del secreto* (2002), *Malvas orquídeas del mar* (2004; published as *Mauve Sea-Orchids* [2007]), *Rasgado* (2006), and the chapbooks *Ardores* (1989), and *Pampa* (2001). Her work has been included in the anthologies *Mujeres mirando al sur. Poetas sudamericanas en USA* (2004) and *Final de entrega. Antologíade poetás contra la violencia de género* (2006). She is the director and editor of the Rebel Road series, and the curator of the KJCC Poetry Series at New York University, where she teaches creative writing in Spanish.

Viernes, 11 de mai
6:30-8:30pm
Librería Comunitaria Word Up
 2113 Avenida Amsterdam (@ calle 165)
Nueva York, NY 10032
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