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Nancy Morejon

Thursday, Sept. 18 — 7:00 pm
Nancy Morejón, Cuban writer,
in a farewell reading and
70th birthday celebration!

Nancy MorejonNancy Morejón is a highly regarded Cuban poet, essayist and literary critic, past president of the Writers’ Section of the Unión de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba (UNEAC).  Her work has been translated into numerous languages.  In 2001, she was winner of the National Literature Prize in Cuba.

She’s been in the Bay Area for the past three weeks giving readings and talks throughout Northern California.

Thursday, Sept. 18th, she will be at Bird & Beckett to read a little of her work and to celebrate her 70th birthday and her farewell to San Francisco, as this is her last event before boarding a plane for home.

Come to Bird & Beckett to help us extend a warm welcome to an important writer and a charming person.

Her latest book is Homing Instincts / Querencias“– a bilingual book of poems exquisitely translated by Pamela Carmell from Cubana Books (2014).


  1. Eric, Thanks for this. However, I will still be out of town on the 18th. I return the 19th and would love to talk to you about playing again at B&B.

  2. Camincha on September 16, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Is there Open Mic after Ms Moarejón reads?
    4 quick msg pls voice mail if necessary 650 359 0890.
    And once more THNK U 4 all U do 4 so many,

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