Three experienced poets and writers, will share their poetry at the November 16th San Miguel Poetry Café.
Suggested Donation $50 pesos
Béa Aaronson was born in Paris, France, in 1956. She is a self-taught multimedia artist, a published poet, author, and art critic, a lecturer and independent scholar, as well as a stage performer and a storyteller.
She is now embarking on a magical cinematographic adventure in the Mexican production of Director Andrea Martinez Crowther, called Birdwatching. It is a big screen film about the effects of Alzheimer’s on a woman writer from her fifties until her eighties.
Aaronson holds a BA in History of Art, an MA in French Literature and a PhD in Philosophy and Comparative Literature.
She published and illustrated her first book in 1998, Baudelaire-Miller Sexual Squalor in Paris, which is now the property of Harvard’s Private Book Collection.
She is presently working on a collection of poems in Spanish, MALETAS.