WITH LUIS ALBERTO AMBROGGIO, YVETTE NEISSER MORENO, AND ALEKSEY DAYEN
Saturday | December 5, 2009 | 3 pm
PIERRE MENARD GALLERY | 10 Arrow Street | Harvard Square | Cambridge, MA
reading poems in Spanish, Russian, and English
Bom in Argentina. Luis .Alberto Ambroggio is an American poet writing in Spanish. He is a member of the North .American Academy of the Spanish Language, and his 11 books of poetry include the bilingual collection. Difficult Beauty. published earlier this year by Cross-Cultural Communications. and Los tres esposos de la noche (2005), Laberintos de Humo (2005). El tesdgo se desnuda(_2W2). Los habitantes delpoeta (1997). Oda ensimismada (1992). and Poemas de amor y vida (1987).
Poet, translator, writer, and editor. Yvette Neisser Moreno has been published in The International Poetry Review. The Potomac Review. Tar River Poetry, and Virginia Quarterly Review. Her translations comprise the English portion of the bilingual collection of Luis Alberto Ambroggio’s poetry. Difficult Beauty. Moreno has also translated works by Pablo Neruda and poems Som Hebrew and .Arabic. She teaches poetry and translation at the Writer's Center in Bethesda. Maryland and lives in Silver Spring. Maryland.
Aleksey Dayen is a Russian-American award-winning poet and novelist, publicist., translator, artist, and photographer. He was bom and raised in Soviet Russia and emigrated to the United States in 1994. No! Love is his most recent book., published by Cross-Cultural Communications.