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To Everyone in South Florida

Becka McKay just sent me some info on a roundtable discussion entitled “World Literature in the United States Today,” which will take place a week from Friday (April 16th) at the University of Miami and sounds really interesting.

These sorts of events are only as good as their participants, and this is one hell of a line-up:

Edwidge Danticat—author of Breath, Eyes, Memory and several other books;

Mitchell Kaplan—owner of Books & Books;

Walter K. Lew—English prof and translator of Korean poetry;

R. Zamora Linmark—author of Rolling the Rs and two collections of poetry;

Becka Mara McKay—translator from Hebrew of Suzane Adam’s Laundry and Alex Epstein’s Blue Has No South;

and Pamela Thompson—director and co-founder of Clockroot Books.

So if you’re in the area, this is definitely worth checking out. It takes place from 4:30-6:30 at the Wesley House (1210 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables).



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