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Taylor Institution

Free, no booking required

On Thursday, June 14th we invite you to a reading by Puerto Rican author, photographer and film-maker Eduardo Lalo. This event will take place in Room 2 of the Taylor Institute, from 5 pm.

Eduardo Lalo is particularly interested in writing about cities, and his novel Simone, which won the Rómulo Gallegos International Novel Prize in 2013, is a haunting narrative about a writer and a Chinese-Puerto Rican woman who find themselves through their shared love of books. At this event, Lalo will read in Spanish from a number of his works (La inutilidad, Simone, Necrópolis, and Interperie). 

This event is free and open to the public.

Download the event poster here (.pdf).

Please, note that Eduardo Lalo will also speak alongside Antonio Carmona-Báez and Sarah Molinari in the one-day symposium Puerto Rico After Hurricane María: Culture, Politics, Place on Friday, June 15th (10.30 am to 5.30 pm at the Rothermere American Institute). For further details of that event and to register, please, follow this link.