Dolores Reyes in Conversation with Cecilia Szperling Monday 11st OCT | 7 pm UK | In SPANISH | online Cometierra‘s author, Dolores Reyes is one of the most relevant Argentine writers of the year.
Sponsored by Embassy of Argentina in the United Kingdom, Instituto Cervantes de Londres and The European Bookshop
British Latinx Poetry Tuesday 12nd OCT | 5 pm UK | In ENGLISH | online
Join us to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month with an exciting line-up of Latinx poets including Maia Elsner, Leo Boix and Andrés N. Ordorica. Hosted by Nathalie Teitler
Graphic novel in Argentina
An expanding literary genre Tuesday 12nd OCT | 7 pm UK | In Spanish | online
This talk chaired by journalist Diego Trerotola (Página 12, Festival Asterisco) will analyze the phenomenon of graphic novels in Argentina with editors Diego Rey (Hotel de las Ideas), Santiago Kahn (Maten al mensajero) and comic writers and illustrators Sole Otero and Camila Torre Notari.
Bilingualism, learning and publishing bilingual books Wednesday 13rd OCT | 5 pm UK | In Spanish and English | online
Join educator Claudia López-Prieto and writers Alex Macdonald and Natalia Simons talking about the benefits of bilingualism, bilingual books and the growth of bilingual literature for children and young adults.
Spanglish and beyond: Writing with an accent Wednesday 13rd OCT | 7 pm UK | In Spanglish | online Sonia Quintero, Calu Lema, Claudia Lozano González and Olimpia Arista will refer to their personal experience as migrant writers and poetswriting in a foreign country while keeping their own voices.
Sylvia Aguilar Zéleny in Conversation Thursday 14th OCT | 5 pm UK | In Spanish | online
Join Mexican writer Sylvia Aguilar Zéleny in conversation with Jael de la Luz Garcia talking about books written by migrant women and her latest book El libro de Aisha (2021 / Literatura Random House).
Sponsored by the Embassy of México in the United Kingdom
Trashing Traditions: Recent Latin American Comic Zines Thursday 14th OCT | 7 pm UK | In English | online
In this talk, James Scorer, Senior Lecturer in Latin American Cultural Studies at the University of Manchester, will address to the Latin American comic zines created over the past couple of decades.
Writing is resisting: Literature by Black Women
Friday 15th OCT | 7 PM UK | In Spanish | online
Join writers Lucía Asué Mbomío Rubio and Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro in Conversation with Dayana Catá (Afroféminas) discussing about black women literature. In collaboration with Afroféminas