The Barco de Papel Cultural Center, following its mission of promoting and making known the Latin American poets and writers who carry out their intellectual work in the United States, brought the poet Felipe Hugueño to its space, who offered a reading of his most recent creation on last Saturday, May 4, 2019.
Lectura de poesía y Conversación con Felipe Hugueño en el Centro Cultural Barco de Papel ,sábado 4 de mayo 2019 La liviana hojaTiemblas como enamoradiza y,vacilas al ritmo del vientoApenas te sostienes a lo realy cuando te sueltases, a un mundo inmensoTe elevas en aires,ligeros y alegresy de flauta le sirves al vientoEmpero, el vientocon su ausencia,te suspende tu realidadIlusionada estabas,desilusionada caesy caes, caes,para no, elevartemás.- Felipe Hugueño –
Posted by Centro Cultural Barco de Papel.org on Monday, May 6, 2019
Sobre el autor
The poet Felipe Hugueno was born in Valparaíso, Chile in 1986. He lives in the US since 1998. He is currently studying Latin American Literature and Culture at The State University of New York at Buffalo and is working on the thesis on the relationship between institutional violence, literature, and the consequent representation of Chile through art.