Join us at the Monthly Meeting at ICANA on Friday, February 28 at 4 p.m.
This month’s meeting will center around a talk by Facundo Piperno, whose bio follows. The topic will be “The Constant of Contrast in Argentine Literature.” His talk promises to contain information and insights about Argentine literature that you haven’t heard before.
Facundo Piperno Franco is 38 years old. He is a freelance writer, translator, editor and journalist. He writes a column for Barzón and has collaborated on many Argentine and foreign media (Perfil, Panenka, Ñ magazine, The Guardian, Lateral, Chimera). He coordinates the literary project La Cofradía, along with Gonzalo Garcés, Luis Mey, Martin Kasañetz and Francisco Zappia. As a translator and editor Facundo has worked for RBA, El Aleph, Lince, CLASCO and FINN literary contest.
Location: ICANA, Maipú 672 (between Viamonte and Tucumán) in the City Center, on the ground floor in the library.
Date: Friday, February 28
Time: 4.00 p.m. – members and guests begin to arrive
4.30 p.m. – the program begins
5.30 p.m. – (approximately) – after-meeting social at Torcuato y Regina,
Santa Fé 770 (Santa Fé y Maipú)
Program: Facundo Piperno on “The Constant of Contrast in Argentine Literature”
Fees: BAIN Downtown members – no charge
Non-members/Guests – AR$50
We look forward to seeing you on Friday the 28th!