Antidote Books will host writer/translator Yeiry Guevara (NYC) and poet Ruth Antoinette Rodriguez (HTX) at 6 p.m. this Saturday, October, 14 at INK FIBER IMAGE: An Evening of Exploring Latinx Identity Through the Arts.
YEIRY GUEVARA is a writer, translator and fiber artist whose work has appeared in Chiflad@, La Liga, and St. Sucia. Yeiry is the author of THE SAVIOR, a Spanish-and-English zine that explores family and memory in El Salvador through the lense of photography. Yeiry lives in New York City where she’s recognized for bringing contemporary Latinx creativity into focus. www.yeiry.com
RUTH ANTOINETTE RODRIGUEZ is a poet who works with typewritten words, ink images and fiber. A recipient of fellowships from the Fine Arts Work Center, the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley and Factory Hollow Press, Rodriguez holds a BA in English from the University of Houston. Originally from Houston, TX, Rodriguez lives in Vermont where she runs Antidote Books, an independent book store dedicated to poetry, curious minds, and social justice awareness.
This event is free to all. 120 Main St, Putney, VT