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1 PROGRAM & GUIDE International Literary Program LISBON JULY 3 æ JULY 15 æ 2016

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3 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 3 Program Schedule open-to-the-public session Metro station GETTING THERE All events indicate both the meeting point for the event AND directions to the event if you wish to travel there on your own. Following the program schedule, there are detailed maps and directions for each location. For those who wish to be escorted, an assistant will meet participants at the CNC approximately 45 minutes before each event to travel there together by taxi, foot, or public transport. JULY 3, Sunday 4.00 pm ORIENTATION & WELCOME (see the Maps & Directions sections for directions to the CNC from the program hotels/hostels) 6.00 pm 8.00 pm DISQUIET 16 OPENING RECEPTION Hotel do Chiado Entretanto Rooftop Bar Rua Nova do Almada, 114 Drinks and appetizers will be served. JULY 4, Monday am pm CORE WORKSHOPS Fiction with MIKHAIL IOSSEL; Fiction with MAAZA MENGISTE; Fiction with PADGETT POWELL; Fiction & Nonfiction with MOLLY ANTOPOL; Nonfiction & Memoir with CHANAN TIGAY; Poetry with ERICA DAWSON;

4 4 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE Writing the Luso-Experience with KATHERINE VAZ 2.30 pm 4.00 pm LAUNCH OF NEM CÁ NEM LÁ with FRANK X. GASPAR, MARGARIDA VALE DE GATO, KATHERINE VAZ, MARTIN EARL, OONA PATRICK, RICHARD ZIMLER, RUI ZINK, TERESA F. A. ALVES, and the PEnPAL PROJECT São Luiz Teatro Municipal, Jardim de Inverno (Winter Garden) Rua António Maria Cardoso, 58 Nem Cá Nem Lá (Neither Here nor There) is a Portuguese-language anthology of 29 new translations of both classic and emerging North American writers of Portuguese descent from John Dos Passos to Esmeralda Cabral some of whom are appearing in Portuguese translation for the first time. Nearly half are past DISQUIET participants, faculty, or guest speakers, and many of the writers and translators met in joint translation workshops with the University of Lisbon or in the conference of the same name held concurrently with DISQUIET 13.The event will be moderated by Teresa F. A. Alves. Since its reopening on November 30, 2002, the São Luiz Municipal Theatre has established itself as a major presence in Lisbon s theater scene, with hundreds of performances per season between the Main Hall and the Winter Garden. The original theatre was built in 1894 and then re-built using the original design two years after it burnt down in pm 8.00 pm READING with MOLLY ANTOPOL and JACINTO LUCAS PIRES Bertrand Chiado Rua Garrett, 73 Molly Antopol s debut story collection, The UnAmericans, won the New York Public Library s Young Lions Fiction Award, a 5 Under 35 Award from the National Book Foundation, and France s Translation Prize. The book was longlisted for the National Book Award; was a finalist for the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction, the Barnes & Noble Discover Award, the National Jewish Book Award, the California Book Award and others; and will be published in seven countries. Her writing has appeared widely and won a 2015 O. Henry Prize. She s the recipient

5 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 5 of a Radcliffe Institute Fellowship at Harvard and a Stegner Fellowship at Stanford, where she currently teaches. Jacinto Lucas Pires was born in Porto in 1974 and lives in Lisbon. He is a writer and playwright. The True Actor (published in the US by Dzanc, translation by Jaime Braz and Dean Thomas Ellis) won the 2013 DST Distinguished Literature Award for the best book published in Portugal in the past two years. Lucas Pires won the Prémio Europa/David Mourão-Ferreira (Bari University, Italy/Instituto Camões, Portugal) in Grosso modo, his new short-story collection, has just come out in Portuguese (by Cotovia). Jacinto Lucas Pires has written three novels, two short-story collections and two non-fiction books. He plays with the band Os Quais, and he keeps the blog O que eu gosto de bombas de gasolina. His soccer column appears in O Jogo. Bertrand Chiado is the oldest bookstore in the world still in operation. It was founded in 1732, destroyed by the earthquake of 1755, and then rebuilt some years later at this, its present location. With 52 other locations, Bertrand is now the largest national book-chain in Portugal pm pm MIRADOURO MEET-UP Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara Join us for an informal evening meet-up at one of Lisbon s famous miradouros. (For more information on miradouros, see Miradouros in the Program Guide, above.) JULY 5, Tuesday am pm ADDITIONAL WORKSHOPS Adventures in Form with DAVID CAPLAN; Parody and Satire with CHRISTOPHER CERF; Performance and Storytelling with ARTHUR FLOWERS; The Pessoa Game with CYRIACO LOPES and TERRI WITEK; Structured Writing Time with DISQUIET STAFF;

6 6 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE 2.30 pm 4.00 pm READING with DAVID CAPLAN, FRANK X. GASPAR, and R. DEAN JOHNSON Livraria Ferin Rua Nova do Almada, David Caplan is the author of the poetry collection In the World He Created According to His Will (University of Georgia Press, 2010), as well as three books of criticism, most recently, Rhyme s Challenge: Hip Hop, Poetry, and Contemporary Rhyming Culture (Oxford University Press, 2014). He received the 2012 Emily Clark Balch Prize for Poetry from the Virginia Quarterly Review for Observances, a sequence of poems set in a Chabad Lubavitch yeshiva in Morristown, New Jersey. His other honors include two Fulbright lectureships in American Literature at the University of Liège in Belgium. He serves as a contributing editor to Pleiades: A Journal of New Writing and Virginia Quarterly Review and holds the Charles M. Weis Chair in English at Ohio Wesleyan University. Frank X. Gaspar is the author of five collections of poetry and two novels. His work has appeared widely in magazines and literary journals, including The Nation, The New Yorker, The Harvard Review, The American Poetry Review, The Hudson Review, The Kenyon Review, The Georgia Review, The Southern Review, Prairie Schooner, The Tampa Review, Miramar, and others. He is the Ferrol A. Sams Distinguished Chair, Writer in Residence, Mercer University, 2016, and also teaches in the MFA Writing Program at Pacific University, Oregon. His most recent novel is Stealing Fatima, the story of a priest s search for redemption in a small town at the tip of Cape Cod, recently translated and published in Portugal. R. Dean Johnson is the author of Delicate Men: Stories (Alternative Book Press, 2014) and Californium: A Novel of Punk Rock, Growing Up, and Other Dangerous Things (Plume-Penguin, 2016). An Associate Professor at Eastern Kentucky University, he also serves as director of EKU s low-residency MFA in creative writing program, Bluegrass Writers Studio. Originally from California, he now lives in Kentucky with his wife, the writer Julie Hensley, and their two children. The origin of the Livraria Ferin bookshop dates back to the early 19 th Century Peninsular War. Belgian Jean Baptiste Ferin, the first of his name to immigrate to Lisbon, was the great-great-great-great grandfather of the present bookseller, Joao paulo Dias Pinheiro. Livraria Ferin is the second oldest bookstore in Lisbon and has remained in the hands of the same family throughout its history.

7 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM pm 8.00 pm READING with TEOLINDA GERSÃO and MAAZA MENGISTE FLAD Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento (Luso-American Development Foundation) Auditorium Rua Sacramento à Lapa, 21 (Taxi is the best way to get to FLAD; but as with all events, groups will leave from CNC 45 mins before start time) Teolinda Gersão was born in Coimbra (Portugal) and has lived in Germany, São Paulo, and Mozambique. She is the author of 16 books, novels and short story collections, translated into 12 languages. She was awarded the Pen Club Prize for the Novel twice in 1981 and 1989, the Grand Prix for the Novel by the Portuguese Writers Association in 1995, the Fiction Prize of the ICLA (International Critics Literary Association) in 1995 and the Portuguese Writers Association s Grand Prix for the Short Story in 2001, the Literary Prize of the Inês de Castro Foundation in 2008 and the Prize for Novel António Quadros in She was writer-in-residence at Berkeley University in 2004, and many of her short stories have been published in literary reviews in the USA. Her novel The Word Tree was published in Great Britain by Dedalus. Her latest novel, Passagens, came out in March 2014 and won the Fernando Namora Prize in Her next book of short stories is coming out in October. Her forthcoming publications abroad include A Cidade de Ulisses (The City of Ulysses), Os Teclados (The Keyboards) and Três Histórias com Anjos (Three Angel Stories) in Rio de Janeiro, by Oficina Raquel. A Cidade de Ulisses will be published in the USA by Dalkey Archive. Maaza Mengiste is a Fulbright Scholar, photographer, and the award-winning author of Beneath the Lion s Gaze, selected by the Guardian as one of the 10 best contemporary African books. The novel was named one of the best books of 2010 by The Christian Science Monitor, Boston Globe, Publishers Weekly and other publications. Her fiction and nonfiction writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The Guardian, the New York Times, BBC Radio 4, Granta, and Lettre Internationale, among other places. She was the 2013 Puterbaugh Fellow and a Runner-up for the 2011 Dayton Literary Peace Prize, as well as a finalist for a Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize, an NAACP Image Award, and an Indies Choice Book of the Year Award in Adult Debut. She was also a writer on the documentary film, Girl Rising. Her second novel, The Shadow King, is forthcoming. FLAD s headquarters are in a seventeenth century historic house. They have been helping in its recovery and restoration as part of their ongoing mission to preserve

8 8 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE national heritage. The noble house was built when downtown Lisbon was restored after the 1755 earthquake. It is a fine example of the Lisbon architecture from the early post-earthquake years. JULY 6, Wednesday am pm CORE WORKSHOPS ANTOPOL; DAWSON; IOSSEL; MENGISTE; POWELL; TIGAY; VAZ 2.30pm 4.00 pm PUBLISHING TALK with JOHN HENNESSY, ELIZABETH L. HODGES and GUILHERMINA GOMES followed by WINE RECEPTION courtesy of The St. Petersburg Review Bertrand Chiado Rua Garrett, 73 John Hennessy is the author of two collections, Coney Island Pilgrims and Bridge and Tunnel, and his poems appear in many journals and anthologies, including Best American Poetry 2013, The Believer, Poetry, Fulcrum, Harvard Review, The New Republic, The Huffington Post, Best New Poets 2005, and The Yale Review. In he held the Resident Fellowship in Poetry at the Amy Clampitt House. Hennessy is the poetry editor of The Common, a print magazine based at Amherst College, and teaches at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Elizabeth L. Hodges is the editor/publisher of St. Petersburg Review and Springhouse Journal. She has published work in the Connecticut Poetry Review, The New Virginia Review, The North American Review, and Ploughshares among others. Her book of poetry, Witchery, was published this Spring 2016 by MadHat Press. Guilhermina Gomes has been working in international and Portuguese publishing for more than 30 years. For decades she has attended the Frankfurt and London book fairs. And she is currently the Director of Círculo de Leitores, a reader's circle, and Temas e Debates, a quality nonfiction trade publisher. She completed degrees from Cambridge University and the Faculty of Letters at the University of Lisbon as

9 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 9 well as a publishing course at Stanford University, and she is a Juror of the Literary Prize José Saramago. The St. Petersburg Review is an annual independent journal of contemporary literature that seeks to support global connections and affinities through publishing quality fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama from writers of all countries. The SPR has published 100+ international writers from 50+ countries and has held literary events in Boston, Chicago, Montreal, NYC, Paris, and St. Petersburg pm 8.00 pm READING with MIKHAIL IOSSEL and CHANAN TIGAY Museu do Chiado Rua Serpa Pinto, 4 Mikhail Iossel, the Leningrad-born author of the story collection Every Hunter Wants to Know (W.W. Norton) and co-editor of the anthologies Amerika: Russian Writers View the United States (Dalkey Archive, 2004) and Rasskazy: New Fiction from a New Russia (Tin House, 2010), is a professor of English/Creative Writing at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and the founding director of the Summer Literary Seminars international program. His stories, in English and in translation to a number of other languages, have appeared in NewYorker.com, The Literarian, Agni Review, The North American Review, Boulevard, Best American Short Stories, and elsewhere. Chanan Tigay is the author of The Lost Book of Moses: The Hunt for the World s Oldest Bible (Ecco/HarperCollins), and two long works of nonfiction, The Special Populations Unit: Arab Soldiers in Israel s Army (McSweeney s) and Nuclear Meltdown, released on the one-year anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. His journalism has appeared in publications including The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Newsweek, the Wall Street Journal, New York magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle and The Jerusalem Post. He is assistant professor of creative writing at San Francisco State University. Museu do Chiado is famous for its collection of paintings and sculptures from the Romantic and Modernist periods ( ). It is housed in the Convento de São Francisco in an area frequented by many of the artists represented in the museum. In recent years it has been working to grow its collection of contemporary artists and to showcase temporary exhibitions in diverse media.

10 10 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE JULY 7, Thursday 10 am pm WORKSHOPS CAPLAN; CERF; FLOWERS; LOPES & WITEK; DISQUIET STAFF 2.30 pm 4.00 pm PANEL: ANGOLAN PORTUGUESE WRITERS with DJAIMILIA PEREIRA DE ALMEIDA and JOSÈ EDUARDO AGUALUSA, moderated by MAAZA MENGISTE Livraria Ferin Rua Nova do Almada, Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida was born in Luanda, Angola, in A graduate of the New University of Lisbon and of the University of Lisbon, she was one of the recipients of serrote s essay prize (Instituto Moreira Salles, Brazil) in Her writing has appeared in Afrolis, Buala, Common Knowledge, Forma de Vida, Ler, Observador, and XXI. Esse Cabelo (Teorema/ Leya, 2015), a mixture of fiction, memoir, and essay, and the winner of the Novos Literature Prize 2016, is her first book. José Eduardo Agualusa [Alves da Cunha], born 1960 in Huambo, Angola, spends most of his time in Portugal, Angola and Brazil, working as a writer and journalist. His books have been translated into 25 languages. So far, four of his books have been translated into English: Creole (2002, Arcadia. Orig.: Nação crioula), The Book of Chameleons (2006, Arcadia, UK; 2008, Simon & Schuster, USA. Orig.: O Vendedor de Passados), My father s wives (2008, Arcadia. Orig.: As mulheres do meu pai) and Rainy Season (2009, Arcadia. Orig.: Estação das Chuvas). He also wrote four plays, W generation, O monólogo, Chovem amores na Rua do Matador and A Caixa Preta. The last two were written with Mia Couto. He received three literary grants: one from the Centro Nacional da Cultura in 1997 to write Creole, a second one in 2000 from the Fundação do Oriente which allowed him to stay three months in Goa and write Um estranho em Goa and a third one in 2001 from Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst which allowed him to live one year in Berlin where he wrote O Ano em que Zumbi Tomou o Rio. In the beginning of 2009, Agualusa completed his novel Barroco tropical in Amsterdam while living in the residency for writers, a joint initiative by the Dutch Foundation for Literature and the Foundation for the Production and Translation of Dutch Literature. Agualusa was recentely shortlisted for the prestigious Booker Prize.

11 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 11 6:30 pm 8pm READING with ARTHUR FLOWERS and ANNIE LIONTAS São Luiz Teatro Municipal, Jardim de Inverno (Winter Garden) Rua António Maria Cardoso, 58 Arthur Flowers, native of Memphis, is author of novels and nonfictions, including Another Good Loving Blues, Mojo Rising: Confessions of a 21st Century Conjureman, and the graphic work I See The Promised Land from Tara Books, India. He is a Delta-based performance poet, webmaster of Rootsblog, and has been Executive Director of various nonprofits and the Harlem Writers Guild, NYC. He has received various awards including an NEA and The Blues Foundation s Keeping the Blues Alive Award, a distinction for which he is unduly proud. He teaches MFA Fiction at Syracuse University. Annie Liontas debut novel, Let Me Explain You (Scribner), was featured in The New York Times Book Review as Editor s Choice and was selected by the ABA as a 2015 Indies Introduce Debut and Indies Next title. She is the co-editor of the anthology A Manner of Being: Writers on their Mentors, and the recipient of a grant from the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund. Annie was the 2016 Visiting Writer at UCDavis. Since 2003, she has been dedicated to urban education, working with teachers and youth in Newark and Philadelphia. She lives across the street from the best pizza jawn with her wife and cat. Follow 9.00 pm pm MIRADOURO MEET-UP Miradouro do Elevador de Santa Justa (meet in the Largo do Carmo square around Chafariz do Carmo and in front of Convento do Carmo) Join us for an informal evening meetup at one of Lisbon s famous miradouros. JULY 8, Friday am pm CORE WORKSHOPS ANTOPOL; DAWSON; IOSSEL; MENGISTE; POWELL; TIGAY; VAZ

12 12 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE 2.30 pm 4.00 pm READING with CHRISTOPHER CERF, CYRIACO LOPES and TERRI WITEK Academia das Ciências de Lisboa Rua Academia das Ciências, 19 Please note that the dress code here is business casual. Christoper Cerf is an author, music and television producer, composer-lyricist, humorist, and co-founder and president of the educational media production company, Sirius Thinking, Ltd., where he serves as Co-Executive Producer of the ten-time Emmy-winning PBS children s literacy show, Between the Lions. In addition to his work as a senior editor at Random House and service as a member of the Modern Library s Board of Advisors, Cerf helped launch the National Lampoon and conceived and co-edited Not the New York Times. All these successes notwithstanding, he is perhaps best known for his work as an author and satirist. He is the author of several books, including Spinglish: The Definitive Dictionary of Deceptive Language, co-written with Henry Beard and published just in time for the 2016 election campaign. In the past few years Cyriaco Lopes work has been seen in the U.S. at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore, at El Museo del Barrio, ApexArt and the America s Society in New York, at the Contemporary Art Museum in Saint Louis, among other venues. In the same period his work was also seen in France, Germany, Poland, Chile, and Portugal. In his native Brazil the artist has shown at the National Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Modern Art of Salvador, and the Museum of Art of São Paulo, among other institutions. His work was curated into exhibitions by artists such as Janine Antoni, Luciano Fabro, and Lygia Pape, as well as by curators such as Paulo Herkenhoff. Lopes was the winner of the Worldstudio AIGA and RTKL awards, the Contemporary Art Museum Project award (Saint Louis) and the Prêmio Phillips of a trip to Paris. His most recent New York City show, Crimes Against Love, was featured on the front page of The Advocate. His collaborations with Terri Witek include Big Bronze Statues, chosen as one of the highlights of the 2009 season by Time Out New York, A Shelter on King s Road, and Uma Coisa N Outra. Terri Witek is the author of Body Switch (2016), Exit Island (which includes a suite of images by Cyriaco Lopes and an art book edition), The Shipwreck Dress, Carnal World, Fools and Crows, Courting Couples (Winner of the 2000 Center for Book Arts Contest) and Robert Lowell and LIFE STUDIES: Revising the Self. Her poems

13 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 13 have appeared in Slate, The Hudson Review, The New Republic, The American Poetry Review, and other journals, and she is the recipient of fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, Hawthornden International Writers Retreat, and the state of Florida. A native of northern Ohio, she holds the Sullivan Chair in Creative Writing at Stetson University. With Cyriaco Lopes she teaches Poetry in the Expanded Field in Stetson s low residency MFA of the Americas. Academia das Ciências de Lisboa is one of the oldest national scientific institutions in continued existence, having been founded on December 24, 1779, during the reign of Queen Mary I. Its mission is to promote scientific research, encourage the study of the Portuguese language and literature, and to promote the study of Portuguese history. 6:30 pm 8pm READING with DENIS JOHNSON Livraria Ferin Rua Nova do Almada, Denis Johnson is the National Book Award-winning author of The Laughing Monsters, Tree of Smoke, Train Dreams, and Jesus s Son. In addition to several novels, he has written non-fiction, poetry, plays and screenplays. An Iowa Writers Workshop graduate and Guggenheim Fellow, Johnson has been awarded the Whiting Writer s Award (1986), a Lannan Fellowship in Fiction (1993), The Paris Review s Aga Khan Prize (2002), and has twice been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize (2008, 2012). Born in Munich, he now lives in North Idaho. JULY 9, Saturday FREE DAY (see Taking Advantage of Off-Days in the Guide for suggested activities) JULY 10, Sunday FREE AFTERNOON

14 14 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE 6.30 pm 8.00 pm READING with ROSA ALICE BRANCO, ERICA DAWSON and MEGAN FERNANDES Ler Devagar Rua Rodrigues de Faria, 103 (The bookstore inside the LXFactory) Rosa Alice Branco is a poet, essayist, translator and researcher at ID+ (Institute of Research in Design, Media and Culture). With a Ph.D. in Philosophy, she teaches Theory of Perception at ESAD College of Art and Design (Matosinhos) and directs the Design e book collection, published by ESAD and Verso da História publishers. Her bibliography includes essays and 13 books of poetry, including her complete poetic work, Soletrar o Dia (2002), and O Gado do Senhor, which won the wellregarded EspiralMaior prize. In 2012, she was chosen by an international jury to represent Portugal in the Poetry Olympics at the Parnassus Poetry Festival in London. In 2013, she was awarded the International Translation Prize in Corsica. Later this year, her book Cattle of the Lord will be published in the USA by Milkweed Editions. Erica Dawson, winner of the 2016 Poets Prize and the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize, is the author of two collections of poetry: Big-Eyed Afraid and The Small Blades Hurt. Her poems have appeared in two editions of Best American Poetry, in Birmingham Poetry Review, Harvard Review, Literary Imagination, Southwest Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, Poetry: A Pocket Anthology, and other journals and anthologies. Holding an MFA from Ohio State University and a Ph.D. from University of Cincinnati, she is an assistant professor of English and Writing at University of Tampa, where she teaches both in the undergraduate program and directs the low-residency MFA. Megan Fernandes is the author of The Kingdom and After (Tightrope Books 2015) and the poetry editor of the anthology Strangers in Paris (Tightrope Books 2011). Her work has been published or is forthcoming in the Boston Review, Pank Magazine, The Walrus Magazine, Guernica, the Academy of American Poets, and others. She is an Assistant Professor of English at Lafayette College and a former FLAD-DISQUIET Luso-American fellowship winner. Ler Devagar is a bookstore inside the LXFactory, a hip art and design space housing 150 artists and startups in a re-invigorated industrial fabrics complex. Lining the main strip are many cafes, restaurants, and design-stores, with boutique ad agencies, design firms, startups, galleries, and studios above. Wander upstairs in Ler Devagar to see the antique printing press.

15 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 15 JULY 11, Monday am pm CORE WORKSHOPS ANTOPOL; DAWSON; IOSSEL; MENGISTE; POWELL; TIGAY; VAZ 2.30 pm 4.00 pm READING AND Q&A ON FERNANDO PESSOA with RICHARD ZENITH Casa Fernando Pessoa Rua Coelho da Rocha, 16 Born in Washington, DC, Richard Zenith is a long-time resident of Portugal, where he works as a freelance writer, translator, researcher and critic. He has prepared numerous editions of Fernando Pessoa s work and translated much of his prose and poetry into English. His Education by Stone: Selected Poems by Brazil s João Cabral de Melo Neto won the 2006 translation award from the Academy of American Poets. Zenith s fiction translations include novels by António Lobo Antunes, José Luandino Vieira, and José Luís Peixoto. Author of a Fotobiografia de Fernando Pessoa, he has also published poems and a collection of short stories, Terceiras Pessoas. Opened in November 1993, the cultural centre Casa Fernando Pessoa was conceived by the Lisbon City Council as a tribute to Fernando Pessoa and his memory. With its auditorium, garden, exhibition rooms, works of art, a library exclusively dedicated to poetry, in addition to furniture and personal items from the poet s estate, the Casa Fernando Pessoa is a small but multifarious Pessoan world in the city where he lived and the area in which he spent the last fifteen years of his life, Campo de Ourique pm 8.00 pm READING with LUÍSA COSTA GOMES and KATHERINE VAZ FLAD Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento (Luso-American Development Foundation) Auditorium Rua Sacramento à Lapa, 21 (Taxi is the best way to get to FLAD; but as with all events, groups will leave from CNC 45 mins before start time)

16 16 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE Luísa Costa Gomes writes short stories, novels, plays, and screenplays. She has written 11 plays, 6 novels, 5 collections of short stories, several books for children, and 2 librettos, including the libretto for the opera White Raven by Philip Glass and Robert Wilson, performed in Lisbon at Teatro Camões in 1998, and at the Teatro Real de Madrid. Some of her awards include the Pen Club Portugal Prize (2010) and the Fernando Namora Prize for Best Portuguese Novel (2010), both for Ilusão (Illusion), and the Prize Camilo Castelo Branco Prize for Contos Outra Vez (Twice Told Tales), awarded by the Portuguese Writers Association (1998). Katherine Vaz has been a Briggs-Copeland Fellow in Fiction at Harvard University and Fellow of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. This fall she is the Harman Fellow in Fiction at Baruch College. She s the author of two novels, Saudade (a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers selection) and Mariana, published in six languages and picked by the Library of Congress as one of the Top 30 International Books of Her collection Fado & Other Stories won a Drue Heinz Literature Prize and Our Lady of the Artichokes won a Prairie Schooner Award. Her children s stories have appeared in anthologies by Viking, Penguin, and Simon and Schuster, and her short fiction has appeared in many magazines. She s the first Portuguese- American to have her work recorded by the Library of Congress (Hispanic Division). JULY 12, TUESDAY 10 am pm WORKSHOPS CAPLAN; CERF; FLOWERS; LOPES & WITEK; DISQUIET STAFF pm EDITING SESSION EDITING TOWARDS THE INEVITABLE: PRACTICES FOR REVISION with ANNIE LIONTAS EDITING POETRY: THE SUCCESSFUL MAGAZINE SUBMISSION with JOHN HENNESSY

17 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 17 Sign-up for a session on the sign-up sheets during orientation. Editing Towards the Inevitable with Annie Liontas: How can we arrive at a story s perfect, inevitable expression? We can t, but we write and re-write, hoping to get to that ever-elusive raison: we claim it, we let it claim us, and then we curate the work to allow for little else. Following in the tradition of Ernest Hemingway, this seminar introduces participants to a methodology for revision that allows for critical application of edits. Think of us as mechanics getting under the hood, trying to get this thing to run. Editing Poetry: The Successful Magazine Submission with John Hennessy: Drawing from his experience on both sides of the submission process, as poet and poetry editor for The Common, John Hennessy will help participants in this seminar prepare their work for magazine publication. We ll discuss editing individual poems, selecting the best combination of poems to make up the submission, choosing the appropriate venues for your work, writing the cover letter, and a few poor decisions to avoid. Participants are invited to send a selection of 3-6 poems (to a maximum of 8 pages) ahead of the seminar so that we can use our meeting time to help each member of the group polish a selection of poems to send to editors pm 4.00 pm READING with JOHN HENNESSEY and SUSANA MOREIRA MARQUES Livraria Ferin Rua Nova do Almada, John Hennessy is the author of two collections, Coney Island Pilgrims and Bridge and Tunnel, and his poems appear in many journals and anthologies, including Best American Poetry 2013, The Believer, Poetry, Fulcrum, Harvard Review, The New Republic, The Huffington Post, Best New Poets 2005, and The Yale Review. Hennessy went to Princeton University on a Cane Scholarship, and he received graduate degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Arkansas. In he held the Resident Fellowship in Poetry at the Amy Clampitt House. Hennessy is the poetry editor of The Common, a print magazine based at Amherst College, and teaches at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Susana Moreira Marques is a writer and journalist living in Lisbon. Between 2005 and 2010 Moreira Marques lived in London, working at the BBC. She has won several prizes for her journalism, including the 2012 UNESCO Human Rights and

18 18 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE Integration Journalism Award (Portugal). She is the author of Now and at the Hour of Our Death, published in 2015 in the UK and the US by And Other Stories, in a translation by Julia Sanches. Now and at the Hour of Our Death (Agora e na Hora da Nossa Morte) is the result of visits to a home palliative care project in the remote northeast of Portugal and was first published by Tinta-da-china in Portugal in pm PARTICIPANT OPEN MIC [sign-up to read on the sign-up sheets during the orientation] Grémio Literário Rua Ivens, 37 Please note that the dress code here is business casual. The Grémio Literário was created in 1846 by royal charter of Queen D. Maria II, thus giving her support to the initiative of a prestigious group of writers, politicians, and aristocrats of the Portuguese liberal world. Thirty years later the Grémio settled into its present facilities, the Loures Palace, in the Chiado quarter, that elegant center of the Lisbon intellectual and social society, a characteristic building in the local romantic architecture, with decorated rooms, a rich library, restaurant, and a picturesque garden dating to 1844 and overlooking the river Tagus and the Moorish Castle. Among its members, past and present, the Grémio boats twenty-four heads of state and prime ministers pm pm MIRADOURO MEET-UP Miradouro de Santa Catarina Join us for an informal evening meet-up at one of Lisbon s famous sites. JULY 13, Wednesday am pm CORE WORKSHOPS ANTOPOL; DAWSON; IOSSEL; MENGISTE; POWELL; TIGAY; VAZ

19 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM pm EDITING SESSION HENNESSY; LIONTAS Room: Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen [sign-up for a session on the sign-up sheets during the orientation] 2.30pm 4.00 pm PANEL DISCUSSION ON LITERARY MENTORS CELEBRATING ALBERTO DE LACERDA AND THE NEW ANTHOLOGY A MANNER OF BEING: WRITERS ON THEIR MENTORS with ARTHUR FLOWERS, SCOTT LAUGHLIN, ANNIE LIONTAS, SABINA MURRAY, and JEFF PARKER Room: Galeria Fernando Pessoa Largo do Picadeiro, 10 In honor of Alberto de Lacerda, to whom the DISQUIET program is dedicated, this panel discussion will explore the role of mentors in writing and celebrate the recent publication of the anthology A Manner of Being: Writers on their Mentors (University of Massachusetts Press), edited by Annie Liontas and Jeff Parker. All panelists are included in the anthology. 4.30pm 6.00 pm SCREENWRITING SEMINAR with SABINA MURRAY Room: Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen What is screenwriting all about and how does it differ from fiction? This session will focus on handling time, character, and action in writing for film, as well as give some basic information on the processes that come into play as a story makes its way to the big screen. Sabina Murray is the author of three novels and two story collections the recent Tales of the New World, and The Caprices, which won the 2002 PEN/Faulkner Award. She has been awarded fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the Radcliffe Institute. She wrote the screenplay for the film Beautiful Country, which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award and the Norwegian Amanda Award. She teaches in the MFA Program at the

20 20 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE University of Massachusetts at Amherst. A novel, Valiant Gentlemen, is forthcoming this November pm 8.00 pm LECTURE with RUI VIEIRA NERY The Portuguese Fado: From Afro-Brazilian to a National Identity Museu do Fado Largo do Chafariz de Dentro, 1 Santa Apolónia Rui Vieira Nery was born in Lisbon in He holds a Ph.D. in Musicology from the University of Texas at Austin (1990), which he attended as a Fulbright Scholar and a grantee of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. He teaches at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, and he is a senior researcher at the Ethnomusicology Institute Centre for Music and Dance Studies and of the Centre for Theatre Studies. As a musicologist and cultural historian he published numerous studies on Portuguese music history. From 1995 to 1997 he served as Secretary of State for Culture in the Portuguese government and is now an individual member of the Portuguese National Cultural Council, the main advisory board to the Minister of Culture. He was chairman of the Scientific Committee of the nomination of Fado to the UNESCO s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The Museu do Fado celebrates Fado s exceptional value as an identifying symbol of the City of Lisbon and its deep roots in the tradition and cultural history of the country. Visitors learn the history and evolution of Fado through multimedia exhibits that present the music s influence from its use in cinema to its role in 20 th Century censorship. Experience technical descriptions of Fado guitars and biographies of all major Fado personalities pm pm MIRADOURO MEET-UP Miradouro da Graça (a.k.a. Miradouro Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen) & Miradouro da Nossa Senhora do Monte Join Parker at Miradouro da Graça for a walk up to a second miradouro, the Miradouro da Nossa Senhora do Monte, the highest viewpoint in Lisbon.

21 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 21 JULY 14, Thursday am pm WORKSHOPS CAPLAN; CERF; FLOWERS; LOPES & WITEK; DISQUIET STAFF pm EDITING SESSION HENNESSY; LIONTAS [sign-up for a session on the sign-up sheets during the orientation] 2.30 pm 4 pm READING with SABINA MURRAY and PATRÍCIA REIS Museu do Aljube Rua Augusto Rosa, 42 Sabina Murray is the author of three novels and two story collections the recent Tales of the New World, and The Caprices, which won the 2002 PEN/Faulkner Award. She has been awarded fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the Radcliffe Institute. She wrote the screenplay for the film Beautiful Country, which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award and the Norwegian Amanda Award. She teaches in the MFA Program at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. A novel, Valiant Gentlemen, is forthcoming this November. Patrícia Reis (1970) began her journalistic career in 1988 working in different Portuguese and international media and moved to New York to work at Time Magazine. She now lives in Portugal and is the publisher of her own magazine, Egoísta, and partner of the Design Atelier 004. She is the author of the photo-novel Beija-me (Kiss Me, 2006), the novella Cruz das Almas (Cross of Souls, 2004), and the novels Amor em Segunda Mão (Second Hand Love, 2006) and Morder-te o Coração (To Bite your Heart, 2007), all published by Dom Quixote. No silêncio de Deus (In God s Silence), was published in Portugal in September 2008 and in Brazil in March Her latest novel, entitled Contracorpo was published in March This year, together with writer Maria Manuel Viana, the novel Gramática do Medo (Grammar of Fear) was published.

22 22 LISBON, JULY 3 JULY PROGRAM & GUIDE The Aljube from the Arabic name meaning well without water and prison - was an ecclesiastic prison until the 19th century. During the 1st Republic it was used as a women s prison. From 1928, the Military Dictatorship used Aljube prison for political and social detainees and, with time, it became a private prison of the political police. It was deactivated in 1965 and now houses the Museu do Aljube, a museum dedicated to the memory of the fight against dictatorship and the struggle toward freedom and democracy pm READING with AFONSO CRUZ and PADGETT POWELL Casa dos Bicos Fundação José Saramago Rua dos Bacalhoeiros Terreiro do Paço Afonso Cruz is the author of seven novels, including Kokoschka s Doll, which won the European Union Prize for Literature in 2012, and Jesus Christ Drank Beer, considered the Best Portuguese Novel of the Year by Time Out Lisbon magazine and the readers of Público. His most recent novel, Where do Umbrellas End Up won the 2014 Portuguese Society for Authors Award. He was elected as one of the 40 talents for the future by the newspaper Expresso. He is also a columnist, illustrator, animated film director, and member of the band The Soaked Limb. Padgett Powell has published six novels and three story collections, most recently Cries for Help, Various. Edisto made TIME s Best-of-Year Fiction list and was a nominee for the National Book Award; it has been published in many countries and languages. His fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper s, Esquire, The Paris Review, and in the anthologies Best American Short Stories, O.Henry Prize Stories, and New Stories from the South. His awards include a Whiting Writer s Award, a Pushcart Prize, the Paris Review John Train Humor Prize, the Prix de Rome from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize in fiction. He currently teaches at the writing program at the University of Florida. The José Saramago Foundation was created in June 2007 and is funded exclusively by proceeds from the works of Saramago, who in 1998 won the Nobel Prize for Literature. Its three basic goals are the promotion of Portuguese and universal culture, the defense of human rights, and the protection of the environment. Saramago s ashes are buried under the roots of the olive tree facing the main entrance of the Casa dos Bicos, named after the diamond-shaped stones that cover its façade.

23 INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PROGRAM 23 JULY 15, Friday am Pm CORE WORKSHOPS ANTOPOL; DAWSON; IOSSEL; MENGISTE; POWELL; TIGAY; VAZ FREE AFTERNOON 6.30 pm 8.30 pm FAREWELL RECEPTION at the Residence of Robert A. Sherman, U.S. Ambassador to Portugal Rua Sacramento à Lapa, 18 (Taxi is the best way to get here; as with all events, groups will leave from CNC 45 mins before start time) Please note that the dress code here is business casual. Drinks and appetizers will be served.

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