An annual bilingual Hispanic Heritage Month Literary event featuring readings, workshops, and performances. The event celebrates the bilingual heritage of Latin@ writers of all genres. Admission is free to school children and adults.
We have two dates, SCHOOL DAY: Wednesday October 9th AND Sunday October 13th. 10:30am to 5:30pm.
Event’s activities include meet & greet with writers, authors, publishers, and literary organization representatives, technical & creative workshops aimed at providing covering various essentials of becoming a successful & effective writer. Latin@ authors reading from their classic & new works, and live performances. Book sale completes our cycle of enhancing local economic development, support to the arts, and tourism.
Schools wishing to arrange a field trip should use the “TICKET” button to the appropriate school grade to reserve their place. Writers, authors, publishers, and literary organizations wanting a place in an Open MIc, panel or workskhop should use the “TICKET” button to register.
Questions can be sent t0 firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited. Inquire early. Program is subject to change.
Panels: -Importance of physical space for literature and literacy.
Readings: -Harlem University Alumni & others reading from Louis Reyes Rivera’s JAZZ IN JAIL.
Workshops: -Louis Reyes Rivera Writers’ Workshop. -NWU Workshop on Publishing: Old, Modern, and New.
Confirmed authors and writers: Willie Perdomo, Maria Aponte, Noemi Santana, Jésus Papoleto Melendez, Diana Lee Santamaria, Hector LaFosse, Julio Pabón, Candy Torres, Anthony Tucker, Fernando Ponce Laspina, Mireya Perez-Bustillo, Titere Poets, Americo Casiano, Harlem University Alumni, & more.