Bronx Writers’ Center and Literary Freedom Project
present at the
Storage Art Space
Mistaken Identity 10.28.2003 7:00pm
  Tuesday, October 28, 2003 @ 7pm

Revisiting places lost, poets
Oscar Bermeo, Lynne Procope, and Patrick Rosal
examine the tenuous connections between their own
American identities and the native cultures of their parents.

Storage Art Space 
261 E. 134th St. (bet Third Ave. & Lincoln Ave.)
Bronx, NY 10454

For more information email
or call 718.409.1265 

Refreshments provided by Blue Ox Bar

This event is presented as part of NYC Lit Fest2003: Home
a citywide literary festival produced by the New York Literary Roundtable. 

Mistaken Identities is supported by the Bronx Council on the Arts

Directions: Train: 6 to 3rd Ave/138th St station. Walk south 4 blocks. Buses: Bx1, 21, or 32 to 136th St. Walk south 2 blocks. 

The Literary Freedom Project is a not-for-profit arts organization empowering communities of color through literature, creative thinking, and independent publishing. 

The BRONX WRITERS’ CENTER is devoted to the artistic and professional development of Bronx writers, and to expanding the audience for literature and literary events in the Bronx and beyond.

STORAGE ART SPACE is a not-for-profit art space located in the Mott Haven district of the Bronx, dedicated to free expression of thought.

This event is presented as part of the NYC Lit Fest2003: Home a citywide literary festival produced by the New York Literary Roundtable.

Author: Oscar Bermeo

Born in Ecuador and raised in the Bronx, Oscar Bermeo is the author of the chapbooks Anywhere Avenue, Palimpsest, Heaven Below, and To the Break of Dawn. He lives and works in Oakland, CA.

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