Hay Festival Querétaro 2021 – Outreach

Please register below to catch up on events from Hay Festival Querétaro 2021. These events will be available to view for free until 19 September, after which they will be available on Hay Player

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Event 27

Verónica E. Llaca and Ana Negri in conversation with Imanol Martínez

Centro Cultural Comunitario Epigmenio González
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The writer and journalist Verónica E. Llaca has worked with different media outlets, and has edited the magazine Ser y Estar. She is the author de the novels Cuerpos en renta (2011), La simetría de los árboles (2016) and her most recent work, El llanto debajo del llanto (2021). The publisher and writer Ana Negri, who has a doctorate in Hispanic Studies from McGill University, Montreal, presents her literary debut, Los eufemismos, a novel about the relationship between Clara, a women aged 30, and her mother, an exile from the Argentinean dictatorship. They will talk to Imanol Martínez.

Event 33

Pablo d’Ors and Mónica Nepote in conversation with José Manuel Velasco

Into the country of silence

Centro Cultural Comunitario Carrillo Puerto
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The Queretaro publishing house, Gris Tormenta, presents a beautiful collection of texts in which different authors from different countries reflect on something that is necessary to us in order to be fully human: silence, something that is becoming ever rarer in our world. The writer, theologian, priest, practitioner of Zen meditation, and founder of the Amigos del Desierto association, Pablo d’Ors (Spain), and the publisher and writer Mónica Nepote (Mexico), talk to the book’s editor, José Manuel Velasco.

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Event 61

Screening of Adrenalina, followed by a discussion with Alberto Arnault and María Sirvent in conversation with Diego Rabasa

Biblioteca Publica Rosario Castellanos
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Adrenalina is a documentary about the Coahuila Youth Integration Centre. Teenagers and children who have stayed there offer their testimony and act in dramatic works through which they represent the realities that led them to be at the centre. The result is a view of both individual responsibility and also of systemic catastrophe, with the children using their own words and tools to express a fragile setting rarely seen in art, one that allows us to see the deep wounds that violence has caused in our country.

Duration of the documentary: 29 minutes

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