viernes, 15 de febrero de 2019

III Hispanic Book Festival of Virginia April 13 at George Mason University Free Entry

Date: Saturday, April 13th of 2019 from 12:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

III Hispanic Book Festival of Virginia to George Mason University’s Fairfax campus during International Week 2019. This interactive event seeks to promote the free circulation of ideas, promote reading, and foster a greater appreciation of books and the written word. This year’s authors and special guests include renown Peruvian writer Luis Hernan Castañeda. Also, Hemil García Linares, Oswaldo Estrada, Fernando Olszanski, Keila Vall de la Ville, Berkis Contreras, and many, many more! Learn more
Bring the whole family and meet Hispanic writers and poets from Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Spain, México, and Colombia representing the best in their respective genres including narrative, poetry, and essay. There will be live music as well as traditional dances, raffle prizes, and more.
We hope to see you there!
This event takes place on Saturday, April 13th from 12:00pm to 6:30pm in the Johnson Center Building. 3rd Floor. Room 337.

George Mason University
4400 University Dr, Fairfax, VA 22030
Johnson Center’s Map.


Hemil Garcia
Cell: 703 328-5774


Luis Hernán Castañeda- Special Guest. Middlebury College (Perú)
Teresita Dovalpage New Mexico Junior College (Cuba) 
Hemil García Linares- George Mason University (Perú)
Poetry reading sponsored by Foreign and Classical Language Department- George Mason University Coordinator: Chair Professor, Rei Berroa, P.h.D
Oswaldo Estrada- University of Carolina at Chapell Hill (Peru)
Fernando Olszanski-Ars Communis Editorial Argentina)
Keila Vall de la Ville- New York University (Venezuela)
Martivón Galindo Holy Names University (El Salvador)
Ángel Walter Tejada- UTSA-The university of Texas at San Antonio (Perú)
-Poetry Reading sponsored by La Casa de Cultura El Salvador-Jeanette Noltenius, P.h.D.
Vladimir Monge, Carlos Parada, & Martivon Galindo.
Sofia Estévez-George Mason University y Taller de narrativa de Virginia (República Dominicana)
Ofelia Montelongo-University of Maryland & Taller de narrativa de Virginia (México)
Christian Salgado- Taller de narrativa de Virginia (Honduras) 
Lilia Murillo-Taller de narrativa de Virginia (Bolivia) 
Miguel Chirinos (Venezuela)

Martha Urbina (Honduras).
Hispanic Culture Review- George Mason University-Student Media. 
Natalia Gómez Linares (1966-2016) in memoriam (Bilbao, España)

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