10 Thousand Steps Hungarian Bookstore- New York City, New York

ORGANIZER: Timea Zsedely, PhD
CONTACT: PhD Sztimea@aol.com

CHANGE THE WORLD WITH YOUR WORDS – 100 Thousand Poets for change

Time 

Saturday, September 24 · 4:00pm - 7:00pm

Location

10 Thousand Steps Hungarian Bookstore – 545 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10009

100 THOUSAND POETS FOR CHANGE
IS ORGANIZING A GLOBAL EVENT FOR SEPTEMBER 24th 2011 

600 Events – 450 Cities – 95 Countries

… Join our event at the 10 Thousand Steps Hungarian Bookstore on September 24th at 4 pm, in a demonstration/celebration of poetry to promote serious social, environmental, and political change.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AC5fWpHUOtQ&feature=share

4- 5.30 pm Reading Poetry in original and translated language (also Hungarian Poetry) in English (poems by John Crowe Ransom, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Kenneth Rexroth, Elizabeth Rivera de Garcia, Elisa A. Taber, Attila Jozsef, George Faludy, Roland F. Udvari, Paul Sohar, etc – Reading by Elisa A. Taber, Elizabeth Rivera de Garcia, Roland F. Udvari, Patrick Albino, Paul Sohar, Vinny Senguttuvan)

5.30 – 7 pm Reading Poetry in original and translated language in Hungarian (Poems by N. Scott Momaday, Jackie Kay, Kaar Kaas Soon, Ales Steger, Chitra Divakaruni, Krisztina Toth, Balint Dobai, Peter Kantor, Istvan Turbuk, Gabor Gyukics, Attila Jozsef, Dezso Tandori, Paul Sohar, etc – reading by Roland F. Udvari, Eszter Pakozdi, Istvan Turbuk, Pal Sohar)

Admission is free.

http://www.bigbridge.org/100thousandpoetsforchange/?s=10+Thousand+Steps

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We will make a voice record of the reading.
Timea Zsedely
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