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Spanic Attack invites you to the New York launch party for Urayoán Noel's book of poems with rock/spoken-word CD, Boringkén.
The event will take place Friday, May 9 at the new Haven Gallery space, the most exciting new arts venue in the South Bronx, and will feature a bilingual reading and musical performance.
In keeping with Spanic Attack tradition, wine and polemics will be plentiful...and on us!
WHAT: Boringkén launch party
WHEN: Friday, May 9, 2008, 7PM sharp
WHO: reading/musical performance by Urayoán Noel and Monxo López
WHERE: Haven Gallery (6 train to the first stop in the Bronx...3rd Ave/138th Street)
HOW MUCH: Gratis!
Copies of the book will be for sale at a one-time-only discount price!
for more info go to: http://spanicattack.com/alamala.html
ABOUT THE BOOK
Ediciones Callejón / La Tertulia (San Juan)
Boringkén is a book of poems with rock/spoken word CD, the latest collaboration between Urayoán Noel (Las flores del mall; Kool Logic) and composer Monxo López (Spanic Attack). It's a text-sound hybrid, a pro-forma performance: Boringkén is the (com)promised land of tourists in tedium ("the boring Barbie with her boring Ken!"), impossible cities, botched tropics, terrorists in walkups, and leather-clad bankers. Seventeen poems that oscillate between litany and parody, between the stage and the stanza, tuned to electrobeats and lounge-plena. It's postpunk poetry for the shopworn masses.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Urayoán Noel (San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1976) is the author of the books of poetry Las flores del mall (2000) and Kool Logic/La lógica kool (El Nuevo Día Book of the Year, 2006). He collaborated with composer Monxo López on the performance poetry DVD Kool Logic Sessions (2005), which he has presented nationally and internationally. Also a translator and critic, his recent essays, reviews, and translations appear in Bomb, Mandorla and CENTRO Journal. He lives and writes in the South Bronx.