a public service annoucement y’all
ps- many of the blog.tribe will be in attendance and there will be an after party!
Dear Friends: please join us for this important poetry
October 16, 2004
POESÍA 100%: Martín Espada, Yusef Komunyakaa, Raúl Zurita, Mark Doty, Cecilia Vicuña, Marie Ponsot & Cristóbal Bianchi with Casagrande.
The New School, Tishman Auditorium
66 West 12th St., New York City.
$5 donation to Casagrande.
Advance tickets: 212-229-5488.
Hosted by Rattapallax, New School Graduate Writing Program, louderARTS & Terra Incognita.
Hosted by Idra Novey.
Before the America’s 9/11, there was another one in Santiago, Chile when the dictator Augusto Pinochet used Hawker Jets to bomb the Presidential Palace on
September 11, 1973 to remove the democratically elected President Salvador Allende. As a counter reaction to the bombing, Casagrande, an underground literary organization of young poets born during Pinochet, rented a helicopter and dropped 100,000 poems on the Presidential Palace on March 23, 2001. They followed
with a bombing of Dubrovnik, Croatia and Gernika, Spain — both cities bombed in the past.