Luis Enrique Romero (PR)

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Puertorrican author Luis Enrique Romero debuted as a poet in New York last June 2 with his book  Casi cuatro ulnas (Almost four moons), published by Palabra-Pórtico Editores. This is his incursion in poetry, the result of a ‘six year work of papers hiding … Continued

Jonathan Medusa (PR)

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Centro Cultural Barco de Papel presented this young poet born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1984. Reyes had published three books “Hologramas exiliados”, “Actias Luna”, y “Sunny Sonata”. He is known among his literary circle in Puerto Rico by his … Continued

Plinio Garrido (Col)

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Editorial Book Press NY presented on April 10 2015 at Barco de Papel the work of Plinio Garrido, a Colombian writer living in New York, “Recordando a Sincé (Remembering SInce)”. This book is the first publication of the collection called “El hilo de la … Continued

Eliana Machado (Bra)

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On February 26, Brazilian writer Eliana Machado presented in Barco de Papel her book Siete cuentos brasileños (Seven Brazilian Short Tales), published and  translated to English by Juan Navidad. About the author Eliana Machado was born in São Paulo and lives in southern … Continued

Lucas Ruiz (Sp)

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On February 10 Centro Cultural Barco de Papel invited the Spanish writer Lucas Ruiz, who read and presented his book “El esquiador de fondo” in New York. The book El esquiador de fondo is  a collection of tales written —but first felt, lived … Continued

Rigo Diaz (DR)

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Centro Cultural Barco de Papel started their literary readings in 2015 with Dominican author, Rigo Diaz, who presented his book  “Crónicas de una nación. Hacia la tierra” (Chronicles of a Nation. Towards the earth). Find  Photos of the presentation  in our Facebook page. … Continued

David Camps (Cu)

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The cultural organization  OLLANTAY Center for the  Arts and Centro Cultural Barco de Papel presented the Cuban novelist and playwright David Camps, who was visiting New York City where he was conducting an intensive playwright workshop organized by Ollantay. During his presentation … Continued