Buenos Aires and New York City, with the World in Between: A Rail Reading curated by Juan Arabia and Patricio Ferrari
Featuring Arabia and Ferrari
1 p.m. Eastern / 10 a.m. Pacific
Juan Arabia and Patricio Ferrari curate and read for our 124th Wednesday Poetry Reading.
In this talk
Juan Arabia is a poet, translator and literary critic. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he is founder and director of the cultural and literary project Buenos Aires Poetry.
Patricio Ferrari is a poet, polyglot literary translator, and editor. Recent and forthcoming translations include Verde amargo by Martin Corless-Smith (with Graciela S. Guglielmone; Buenos Aires Poetry, 2022), The Complete Works of Álvaro de Campos by Fernando Pessoa (with Margaret Jull Costa; New Directions, 2023), and Habla terreña by Frank Stanford (with Guglielmone; Pre-Textos, 2023). Ferrari’s work appears in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, the Brooklyn Rail, and Buenos Aires Poetry among others. Ferrari is currently working on “Elsehere,” a multilingual poetry trilogy. He collaborates with the Endangered Language Alliance, a nonprofit organization in New York City focused on linguistic diversity within urban areas worldwide.
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