Emerging Diaspora Writers: Home Land City

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Photo credit: Jennifer Pritheeva Samuel

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Home Land City, takes place Sunday April 27 at Duane Park/ Bowery Poetry Club. In addition to readings by emerging women writers from the Diaspora, we present The Cluster Project, Ayat and Mina, part of a series titled “The Human Kind,” which use the words of cluster bomb survivors to evoke their individual stories, hopes and dreams.

We hope you'll help us make this event a success.

Join us.

Sunday, April 27, 6-8 pm.

Duane Park Burlesque/Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery, NY, NY.

Advance tickets available here

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Home Land City seeks to showcase emerging voices unified as they explore existential questions facing urban immigrant writers. Home Land City features new, unpublished works that speak to longing and remembrance, exile, the journey to re-inhabit pain and memory, and the multi-layered experience of the immigrant woman in the urban space. 

Sponsors:

Haiti Cultural Exchange

Harriet Communications

Bronx World Film

 

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