Last week, I read at a wonderful event, Noche de Palabras, in Brownville. I had such a fantastic time! I was honored to be the featured reader at this event. There we are, all smiles, above. All of the readers! From the bottom left -- Linda Romero, Amy Becker-Chambless, Ana Hinojosa (I think that was her name!), McAllen's new poet laureate, Priscilla Suarez, Roberto de la Tore. On top, from left -- the owner of the cafe!, little old me, Rossy Lima Padilla the event organizer extraordinaire, Julieta Corpus, and Lupita. What a wonderful night!
My dad and Bruno joined me, too, so that made it even more fun to have my family there with me.
To be honest, it was one of the better poetry readings I've ever had the pleasure of being a part of. Brownsville is such a lovely town, and it seems as though the people are eager for the arts. And the readers? Fantastic. It was about 50/50 English/Spanish, and the atmosphere was really just inspiring and supportive. I even sold a few books :-D And I tried out my new Slue Foot Sue poems! Afterwards, we stayed to listen to some music and throw back a beer.
Sorry you missed out? Well, not to fear, here are a few videos :)
Noche de palabras, noche de poesía. Aquí una de las poetas de la noche.Katie Hoerth
Posted by Expresiones Literarias en Español on Tuesday, July 7, 2
Cultura, raíces, dioses y leyenda. Rossy Evelin Lima Padilla adornó la noche con su hermosa poesía.Y Katie Hoerth cerró la noche.
Posted by Expresiones Literarias en Español on Wednesday, July 8, 2015