Past Events and Announcements
The new edition of the book Los Surcos Inundados (The Flooded Furrows) by David Rosenmann-Taub, published by LOM Ediciones, was presented on Thursday December 4th, 2014 at the Café Literario del Parque Bustamante in Santiago de Chile. The poets Damaris Calderón, Naín Nómez, and Rafael Rubio participated in the reading, an homage to the new edition of this book. The moderator was Paula Miranda of the Universidad Católica de Chile. The event was organized by LOM Ediciones and the library system of the county of Providencia, Santiago de Chile.
The Spanish publishing house Pre-Textos recently presented the anthology El Duelo de la Luz (The Duel of the Light), a selection of poems from the tetralogy Cortejo y Epinicio (Cortege and Epinicion) by David Rosenmann-Taub (edited by Álvaro Salvador and Erika Martínez).
Madrid: May 8th 2014 at 7:30 PM at the Alberti Bookstore, with the participation of the anthologists and of Carlos Pardo. Granada: May 10th 2014 at 12 noon at the Book Fair of Granada (Zaida Room, Puerta Real) with the anthologists and José Carlos Rosales.
On the 4th of April 2013, La Noche Antes, the fourth volume of the tetralogy Cortejo y Epinicio, was published by LOM Ediciones in Santiago de Chile. In celebration of this, a play, Abismo, based on poems of the tetralogy, was presented at El Teatro Fundación Sidarte.
This event also marked the publication of El Zócalo, the title under which the first volume of Cortejo y Epinicio has been reissued in a revised edition.
The volumes of the tetralogy are now available as independent books as well as in a boxed set.
In this play, based on poems by David Rosenmann-Taub, the Chilean director Alejandro Castillo creates a dreamscape where memories and evocations are embodied by a child, a young couple, and an old man. The poems explore love, destiny, life, death — the meaning and meaninglessness of existence.
The majority of the text is taken from the tetralogy Cortejo y Epinicio (Cortege and Epinicion), whose four volumes are: El Zócalo (The Plinth), El Mensajero (The Messenger), La Opción (The Option), and La Noche Antes (The Night Before). One monologue comes from another book by Rosenmann-Taub, Los Surcos Inundados. All these works are published by LOM Ediciones (Santiago, Chile).
New anthology of the poetry by David Rosenmann-Taub published by Mansalva. Selection and preliminary study by Jorge Monteleone. Buenos Aires, May 2012.
The flamenco singer Esther Crisol sets poems by David Rosenmann-Taub to music on her new disc, Aguacibera, which she has presented live at the Music Festival in la Zubia, Granada. Esther was accompanied by the guitar of Luis Mariano along with four other musicians playing percussion, piano, violin, and double bass. The concert featured the special participation of the flamenco dancer Lucía Guarnido.
February 10. 2012, at 8 PM, Auditorium of Caja de Granada, Spain.
A new anthology of the poetry of David Rosenmann-Taub has been published by the Benemérita Univeristy of Puebla, Mexico. The book is part of the “Persephone’s Bee” collection edited by Víctor Toledo. December 2011.
International Symposium organized by the University of the Sorbonne – Paris IV, Éditions Bruno Doucey, and the Corda Foundation. Paris, October 14, 2011 (Maison de l’Amérique Latine). The collection of the speeches of the symposium has been published by Edición Eduardo Ramos-Izquierdo in Novembre 2012.
Bilingual edition of the classic by David Rosenmann-Taub, translated into French by Luc Brébion, published by Éditions Bruno Doucey. Paris, October 2011.
Seduciré la Tinta (I Will Seduce the Ink)
Seduciré la Tinta (I Will Seduce the Ink), a multimedia exhibition devoted to the poetic work of David Rosenmann-Taub, National Library of Chile, in Santiago. April 7 - May 31, 2011.
La Opción (The Option), LOM Ediciones, a new book by David Rosenmann-Taub, was launched at the Sala América of the National Library of Chile, Santiago, April 7, 2011.
Quince (Fifteen), by David Rosenmann-Taub, translated into Bengali by Subhro Bandopadhyay, published by Kaurab Editions in India, was launched at the Kolkata Book Fair in January, 2011.