An Evening of Readings and Conversation with
EDUARDO GALEANO and ARUNDHATI ROY
Presented by the Center for Economic Research and Social Change
Sunday, May 21, 2006
The Town Hall
123 West 43rd Street, New York
Between 6th Avenue & Broadway
Doors open at 6:15 pm
Eduardo Galeano, one of Latin America’s most admired writers, and
Arundhati Roy, who won the Booker Prize in 1997 for her first novel,
The God of Small Things, in a rare joint appearance for an evening of
readings and conversation.
Galeano and Roy are both recipients of the Lannan Prize for Cultural
Freedom, in 1998 and 2002 respectively. Voices of Time: A Life in
Stories (Metropolitan Books) is Galeano’s latest book and he is also
the author of the Memory of Fire trilogy (for which he won the 1989
American Book Award) and Open Veins of Latin America. He lives in
Montevideo, Uruguay. In addition to her novel, Roy has also published
several collections of essays, including Power Politics, War Talk and
most recently, An Ordinary Person’s Guide to Empire, all from South
End Press. She lives in New Delhi, India.
All seats $15.00.
Tickets on sale in person only at the Town Hall Box Office at 123
West 43rd Street, open 12 noon to 6:00 pm Monday through Saturday.
Cash and credit cards accepted. All sales $1.50 fee. More info at:
http://www.the-townhall-nyc.org or call 212.840.2824.
All phone and online ticket sales through Ticketmaster at
212.307.4100 and http://www.ticketmaster.com. Fees apply for all
Pre-signed copies of books by Eduardo Galeano, including his new
book, Voices of Time: A Life in Stories (Metropolitan Books), and by
Arundhati Roy, including An Ordinary Person’s Guide to Empire (South
End Press), will be available at The Town Hall before and after the
Funded by Lannan Foundation
in cooperation the Center for Economic Research and Social Change
Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org, 347.438.3101. Email preferred.
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