Friday, April 13, 2012

Trilengua is a sporadic event which allows writers of poetry and prose to read their work to an open and appreciative audience in Barcelona. Trilengua aims to have writers in three languages at each session – that could be the regional language, Catalan, the national language, Castilian, and the international lingua franca, English, or it could be something else.

Edward Smallfield : is the author of The Pleasures of C, One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (a book-length collaboration with Doug MacPherson), locate (a chapbook collaboration with Miriam Pirone), and equinox. His poems have appeared in Barcelona INK, bird dog,, New American Writing, Five Fingers Review, Páginas Rojas, Parthenon West Review, 26 and many other magazines

Valerie Coulton: Valerie Coulton is the author of The Cellar Dreamer, passing world pictures, The Lily Book, and open book. Her work has appeared in Front Porch, kadar koli, New American Writing, Parthenon West Review, and e-poema, among other periodicals.

Txus Garcia: autora de Poesía para niñas bien (Tits in my bowl), ilustrado por Cisco Bellabestia. Cangrejo Pistolero Ediciones, 2011 Mujeres que aman a mujeres, editorial Vitruvio, 2011

- Blanco Nuclear. Antología de poesía gay y lésbica última, Sial Ediciones, 2011

- Puta poesía, editorial Luces de Gálibo, 2011

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Sairica Rose : is a “Great Russish” (British/Russian/Jewish) poet, anthropologist and documentary maker based between Barcelona and New York.

Her first poetry anthology Subtitles for a Silent Movie was published in 2007 by Reactor Press, California. Since then, she and several of her alter-egos have appeared in avant-garde live performances with fellow poets, musicians, VJs, photographers, painters and others.

Sairica is currently writing a documentary on the Roma and preparing an art exhibition with an audio installation for One of Us is Invisible, with Layil Umbralux.

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