Poetry Reading at Innisfree Bookstore
Friday, April 26th at 7:00 pm
1203 13th St Boulder, CO 80302
Continuing a creative collaboration that began eight years ago in the mountains of Peru, Ana María Hernando and Kenneth Robinson will be reading their poetry, in English and in Spanish, at Innisfree Bookstore in Boulder, Colorado, as part of the Salka Poetry Project. Thanks to a grant from the Boulder Arts Commission, this will be one of several events throughout 2013 when they will be performing their work.
Innisfree is a bookstore dedicated solely to poetry, and it is one of three all-poetry bookstores in the entire country. We are honored to be able to present our work in such a special space this April, National Poetry Month. There will also be readings at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and Two Hands Paperie later this fall.
Ana María Hernando, originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, is an artist, poet and translator. Her poetic work has been included in “Uncontained: Writers and Photographers in the Garden and the Margins”, a compilation of photos and poems edited by Jennifer Heath, and “Confluencia”, Revista Hispánica de Cultura y Literatura, edited by Ester Gimbernat González. As a poet, Ana has done readings in Spanish and in English with Kenneth Robinson, and by herself, at different museums and institutions, including the Kemper Museum of contemporary Art, the Roswell Museum, NM, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver. Although her website is currently under construction, you can read more about Ana María here
Kenneth Robinson is a poet and musician, and a psychotherapist whose practice brings together art, psychology, and spirituality. He has performed his poetry (individually, and in collaboration with Ana María Hernando) in Denver, Kansas City, Vancouver, and in his hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. His book of poetry, The Year of Lovemaking and Crying, was released in 1999, and a second edition will be published later this year. To read more about Kenneth click here
Above Photo - Reading at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City MO, October 2010