Tejana Rasquacha presents REGENERACIÓN: SAN ANTONIO, written, performed and directed by Marisela Barrera, for one night only on Saturday, Oc...
“Tejana Rasquacha: Chueca en Tejas” is a new original series of performance-based work focused on both historical and living personajes de T...
Online Event July 25 & 26, 2020
Inspired by true events, “Tejana Rasquacha” chronicles Barrera’s Tejana life, from a small town in the Rio Grande Valley, to Dallas and finally her home in San Antonio.
Do you believe in aliens?
Do you believe in love?
Do you believe in yourself?
Think Spalding Gray meets Gloria Anzaldúa and Lily Tomlin while harmonizing with Guillermo Gómez-Peña and David Sedaris, luego add live music y carpa. Es performative memoir.
Presented by Jump-Start Performance Co.
Written and Performed by Marisela Barrera
Co-Directed by Andrew Thornton
Live music by Jaime Ramirez
Video by Elias Flores III
#DignidadLiteraria Read-In & Mitote at AWP 2020 50 Writers. Free Event. Free Parking. Handicap Accessible.
https://www.facebook.com/events/651186509028958/ The first week of March, San Antonio will host the most famous writers in the country. The AWP, the acronym for the Association of Writers and Writing Programs, will offer a week-long conference for stellar local and national writers alike to share books and readings, alongside literary agents, publishers, and editors. When thousands of writers converge in San Antonio in March, we want to celebrate the dignity of Latinx stories. Indigenous/Xicanx/AfroLatinx/Boricua/Caribeñx/Centro y Sur Americanx writers, poets, essayists, novelists, theatre artists, and children’s authors will read short excerpts from their work, filling the courtyard with their words, a mitote of books and stories. Music by Juan & Armando Tejeda, Tallercito de Son & DJ De La O.
Saturday, March 7th, 2020 5-6pm Courtyard by the Grassy Slope (River Level) Market Street Entrance Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center 900 East Market St. San Antonio, TX 78205
Participating Writers as of 2/26/20: Pat Alderete, Janie Alonso, Marisela Barrera, Xochit-Julisa Bermejo, Irene I. Blea, David Bowles, Violet Castro, Ari Chagoya, Edyka Chilomé, Maya Chinchilla, Bonnie Cisneros, Araceli Cruz, Cesar L. De Leony, Anel Flores, Olga Garcia Echeverria, Maribel Garcia, Tammy Gomez, Elizabeth Gonzalez James, Guadalupe Gonzalez, Virginia Grise, Raquel Gutierrez, Missy Jane, Rossy Lima, Roberto Lovato, Rita Maria Martinez, Pablo Miguel Martínez, Robyn Medina Winnett, Julie Marin, Jasminne Mendez, Maria Minguez Arias, Ed O'Casey, Amalia Ortiz, Deborah Paredez, Emma Pérez, Emmy Pérez, Barbara Renaud Gonzalez, Charles Rice-Gonzalez, Aida Salazar, Janette E. Schafer, Juan Tejeda, Jenna Marie Torres, Jesús I. Valles, Stalina Villarreal, Helena Maria Viramontes.
Free Parking There are two surface parking lots (CSF 1 & CSF 2) behind the Convention Center, located at 637 Tower of the Americas Way (off of Montana Street). Parking there will be free March 7, from 4-7pm. First Come First Served.
Organized by Alazan Arts Stories & Letters, a todo dar productions, Aztlan Libre Press, Books in the Barrio and Teatro San Antonio, with support from the San Antonio Public Library's Latino Collection and Resource Center, San Antonio Convention Center, Office of Councilwoman Dr. Adriana Rocha Garcia, District 4, and Terra Advocati.
GIRLNESS AS A STANCE IN THE WORK OF FIVE CONTEMPORARY AUTHORS
Four poets and one fiction writer, each with a distinct stylistic approach, as they discuss how their work is taking “girlness” by storm, expanding it as a stance in bold ways. These writers, from a debut poet to seasoned authors and literary arts activists, push against the expected "girl/women/gurl/hood,” re-examining vulnerability, power, and the sources of power in breakthrough ways, using craft, subject matter, style, visual, and linguistic choices.
Room 217C, Henry B. González Convention Center, Meeting Room Level Thursday, March 5, 2020 10:35 am to 11:50 am
AWP San Antonio Off-Site Event
Writing professors from Alamo Colleges, San Antonio's community college system, share original works in poetry and prose.
Featuring Melinda Zepeda, Ed O'Casey, June Pedraza, Jerry Robledo, Denise Tolan, Marisela Barrera, YonHui Bell, and Veronica Morrison.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2020 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm Free Admission for All | RSVP not required
Contact: Northwest Vista College English Department email@example.com
AWP 2020 SAN ANTONIO EXPO/BOOKFAIR SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 12-2:30 PM
SPOTLIGHT SAN ANTONIO & SOUTH TEXAS STAGE FLORICANTO IN YANAWANA Reading & Performance Schedule
12 pm Welcome/Juan Tejeda (music) 12:06 Carmen Tafolla (poetry/teatro) 12:12 Reyes Cárdenas (poetry) 12:18 Bárbara Renaud González (memoir/essay) 12:24 Laura Yohualiztli Rios (music) 12:30 Edward Vidaurre (poetry) 12:36 Leticia Urieta (short story) 12:42 Vincent Cooper (poetry) 12:48 Norma Cantú (poetry) 12:54 Eduardo Cavazos Garza (poetry/music) 1:00 Nephtalí De León (poetry) 1:06 Amalia Leticia Ortiz (music) 1:12 Sarah Joy Thompson (poetry) 1:18 Victoria GarcÍa-Zapata (poetry) 1:24 Roberto Livar (music) 1:30 Xelena González (children’s lit) 1:36 Xavier Garza (children’s lit) 1:42 David Bowles (children’s lit) 1:48 Keli Rosa Cabunoc/Tallercito de Son (music) 1:54 Christopher Carmona (poetry) 2:00 Emmy Pérez (poetry) 2:06 Marisela Barrera (teatro/short story) 2:12 Anthony “The Poet” Flores (poetry) 2:18 Anel Flores (poetry) 2:24 Nicolás Valdez (music)
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