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North State Symphony, Chico Guild, presents

Born in Jovellanos in the province of Matanzas in 1936, Georgina Herrera has lived in Havana since before the triumph of the Cuban Revolution. Known as a poet, Herrera has also written for radio and television series and authored numerous dramas, in addition to drafting film scripts and a memoir in collaboration with Daisy Rubiera entitled Golpeando la memoria: Testimonio de una poeta cubana afrodescendiente (Ediciones Unión, 2005). Her writing revolves around themes of gender, Afro-Cuban history, and the African legacy. After publishing her first collection of poems, GH, with the press Ediciones El Puente, seven more collections followed: África (Ediciones Manglar y Uvero, 2006), Gentes y cosas (Ediciones Unión, 1974), Granos de sol y luna (Ediciones Unión, 1974), Grande es el tiempo (Ediciones Unión, 1989), Gustadas sensaciones (Ediciones Unión, 1996), Gritos (Torre de Papel, 2004), and Gatos y liebres or Libro de las conciliaciones (Ediciones Unión, 2010). Her work has been translated to various languages and has won much recognition abroad and in Cuba.

Georgina will also be a special guest at "An Evening in Cuba," a fundraising event Saturday, February 20, 7 p.m. at the Chico Women’s Club. For more information, go to http://tinyurl.com/AnEveningInCuba

 
 
 
    Department of International Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
College of Humanities and Fine Arts
California State University, Chico
400 West First Street
Trinity 139
Chico, CA 95929-0825
Phone: 530-898-5074
 
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