eventsFrédéric Gros, the author of A Philosophy of Walking and editor of Michel Foucault’s last lectures at the Collège de France, will participate in the Literary Safari, a World Voices Festival favorite event.
April 29, 2014 | 6:30-10pm
Westbeth Center for the Arts
eventsAs philosopher Tristan Garcia understands it, there is a way to think about a universe of pure extensity, where each entity would be part of another, that would be part of another, and so on.
April 20, 2014 - 6PM
The Artist’s Institute
eventsOrganized by Vincent Broqua and Emmanuelle Ertel, this overview of contemporary poetry translation in the U.S. includes a roundtable discussion and presentation of translated texts. Guest poets include Pierre Alferi, Anne Portugal, Charles Bernstein, Cole Swensen, Pierre Joris, Tracy Grinnell, and Jean-Jacques Poucel.
April 25, 2014 | 2-6pm
La Maison Française of NYU
eventsThe beautiful bookstore McNally Jackson hosts a reading of French and American poets Pierre Alferi, Anne Portugal, Charles Bernstein, Cole Swensen, Pierre Joris and Tracy Grinnell, presented by Vincent Broqua.
April 25, 2014 | 8pm
eventsThe Children’s Museum of Manhattan hosts Benjamin Chaud on April 26th at 2 pm. Benjamin Chaud is a well-known French author and illustrator. He has recently published The Bear's Song. He lives in the Southeast of France.
April 26, 2014 | 2pm
Children’s Museum of Manhattan
eventsBank Street Bookstore invited Benjamin Chaud to their regular improvisational puppet show with live music featuring Rebecca Migdal (puppeteer) and Andy Laties (accompanist.). Fractured Fables presents wacky mashups of traditional stories that children in the audience get to pick from a bucket.
April 27, 2014 | 2pm
Bank Street Bookstore