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2010 PEN Translation Fund Recipient Daniel Brunet Presents Dea Loher’s Bluebeard
When: May 21, 2012
Where: Goethe-Institut New York, Wyoming Building: 5 East 3rd Street, NYC
What time: 7:30 p.m.
Free and open to the public.
Daniel Brunet received a PEN Translation Fund Award in 2010 to support his translation of Dea Loher’s play The Last Fire. He has continued to translate Loher’s work, and now is presenting a reading of his latest: Dea Loher’s Bluebeard—Hope of Women, which will be shown as a staged reading this Monday at the Goethe Institut’s event space in the East Village, the Wyoming Building.
“The PEN America Center’s organizational focus is the effect of world events on the safety and freedom of expression of writers, so the topic of war naturally looms large in its cultural consciousness. As part of the recent PEN World Voices Festival, Polish journalist and author Wojciech Jagielski was interviewed by Joel Whitney, a founding editor of Guernica: A Magazine of Art & Politics.”
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