Renowned poet, translator, actor Hélène Cardona and poet, publisher Dennis Maloney are coming to Rochester at "Reading the World".

"Dappled with transparent imagery, like the Mediterranean sunlight she grew up with, Hélène Cardona's poems offer a vivid self-portrait as scholar, seer and muse." —John Ashbery


"Reading the World" invites you to come listen to renowned poet, translator, actress, and recent PEN USA translation prize judge Hélène Cardona (Life in Suspension, Salmon Poetry, 2016 and Beyond Elsewhere, White Pine Press, 2016) as well as poet and publisher Dennis Maloney (White Pine Press) read from their work and discuss the process of bringing international poetry to readers.

Free and open to the public - Food and refreshments available


Hélène Cardona's most recent books include the Award-Winning Dreaming My Animal Selves (Salmon Poetry, 2013), and the Hemingway Grant recipient Beyond Elsewhere (White Pine Press, 2016). She also translated Walt Whitman’s Civil War Writings for the Iowa International Writing Program’s WhitmanWeb. Her own work has been translated into 13 languages, including Romanian, Italian, Arabic, Macedonian, Serbian, Chinese, Spanish, Korean, and Hindi. She also co-edits "Fulcrum: An Anthology of Poetry and Aesthetics," is Co-International Editor of "Plume," and contributes articles to numerous literary joiurnals and magazines.

Dennis Maloney is a poet and translator. A number of volumes of his own poetry have been published including The Map Is Not the Territory: Poems & Translations (Unicorn Press, 1990)  and Just Enough (Palisade Press, 2009). His book "Listening to Tao Yuan Ming" was recently published by Glass Lyre Press. A bilingual German/English volume, Empty Cup will appear in Germany in 2017. His works of translation include: "The Stones of Chile" by Pablo Neruda," "The Landscape of Castile" by Antonio Machado, "Between the Floating Mist:Poems of Ryokan," and the "The Poet and the Sea" by Juan Ramon Jimenez. He is also the editor and publisher of the widely respected White Pine Press in Buffalo, NY. and divides his time between Buffalo, NY and Big Sur, CA.

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ButaPub 315 Gregory St. Rochester, NY 14620

"Reading the World": Hélène Cardona & Dennis Maloney

When
NOV. 7, 2016 | 7:00 pm
Where
ButaPub
315 Gregory St.
Rochester, NY 14620

Renowned poet, translator, actor Hélène Cardona and poet, publisher Dennis Maloney are coming to Rochester at "Reading the World".

"Dappled with transparent imagery, like the Mediterranean sunlight she grew up with, Hélène Cardona's poems offer a vivid self-portrait as scholar, seer and muse." —John Ashbery


"Reading the World" invites you to come listen to renowned poet, translator, actress, and recent PEN USA translation prize judge Hélène Cardona (Life in Suspension, Salmon Poetry, 2016 and Beyond Elsewhere, White Pine Press, 2016) as well as poet and publisher Dennis Maloney (White Pine Press) read from their work and discuss the process of bringing international poetry to readers.

Free and open to the public - Food and refreshments available


Hélène Cardona's most recent books include the Award-Winning Dreaming My Animal Selves (Salmon Poetry, 2013), and the Hemingway Grant recipient Beyond Elsewhere (White Pine Press, 2016). She also translated Walt Whitman’s Civil War Writings for the Iowa International Writing Program’s WhitmanWeb. Her own work has been translated into 13 languages, including Romanian, Italian, Arabic, Macedonian, Serbian, Chinese, Spanish, Korean, and Hindi. She also co-edits "Fulcrum: An Anthology of Poetry and Aesthetics," is Co-International Editor of "Plume," and contributes articles to numerous literary joiurnals and magazines.

Dennis Maloney is a poet and translator. A number of volumes of his own poetry have been published including The Map Is Not the Territory: Poems & Translations (Unicorn Press, 1990)  and Just Enough (Palisade Press, 2009). His book "Listening to Tao Yuan Ming" was recently published by Glass Lyre Press. A bilingual German/English volume, Empty Cup will appear in Germany in 2017. His works of translation include: "The Stones of Chile" by Pablo Neruda," "The Landscape of Castile" by Antonio Machado, "Between the Floating Mist:Poems of Ryokan," and the "The Poet and the Sea" by Juan Ramon Jimenez. He is also the editor and publisher of the widely respected White Pine Press in Buffalo, NY. and divides his time between Buffalo, NY and Big Sur, CA.

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