NolitchX goes to Malmö & Copenhagen | 17-18.2.2017

NolitchX:s first event  will take place at Östervärns Antikvariat & Bokhandel in Malmö on February 17th. There will readings by Lalo Barrubia (Malmö), Elizabeth Torres Msneverstop (Copenhagen) and Luciana Caamaño, visiting us from Buenos Aires. Nordic project coordinator Petronella Zetterlund will make a short introduction of the activities and aims of the NolitchX project. On February 18th there will be a reading at Red Door in Nørrebro, Copenhagen.


Februrary 17, 19.00
Östervärns Antikvariat & Bokhandel
Höstgatan 37, Malmö

NolitchX: Elizabeth Torres, Lalo Barrubia and Luciana Caamaño

Don’t miss our on NoitchX’s first event at Östervärns Antikvariat & Bokhandel in Malmö, February 17th! Readings by Lalo Barrubia (Malmö), Elizabeth Torres Msneverstop (Copenhagen), and Luciana Caamaño (Buenos Aires). Nordic project coordinator Petronella Zetterlund will make a short presentation of the NolitchX project and the way we work to make visible immigrant language writers in the Nordic region.


February 18, 19.00
Red Door
11-13 Heinesgade, Köpenhamn

Många/Mange/Muchos: We write in many languages
Poetry evening in three voices

Red Door

Red Door is happy to invite you to the first poetic evening of 2017, a coming together of three LatinAmerican poets who will share their work in Spanish, English and Swedish.

Lalo Barrubia (Malmö), Elizabeth Torres (Copenhagen) and our speciall guest Luciana Caamaño from Argentina.

This event, with free entrance to the public, is an appetizer of our collaboration projects with NolitchX, Nordic Literatures in Change and Exchange, which we are certain you will enjoy.

For the evening, Tacos Chilangos will offer tacos and grilled food for sale, and we’ll also have drinks at the bar, as well as a welcome drink for the early birds.

NolitchX, Nordic Literatures in Change and Exchange, is a literature project with the objective of creating networks and strengthen the position of immigrant language writers in the Nordic region. During 2017 will be present a serie of activities: literary readings, networking, translations, publications and research. 


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