Our next Snug Harbor, on 12 March 2020, will be an evening about the meeting of cultures. It’s what we experience in Brussels every day, and it’s what Alma Gottlieb and Philip Graham experienced among the Beng people of Côte d’Ivoire. The American author couple wrote two brutally honest memoirs about this meeting of worlds, and how it evolved in the course of several decades. From being Parallel Worlds (1994), they became Braided Worlds (2012), not mixed exactly, but woven together.
Since we try to weave together at Snug Harbor as well, and we learned last time around how many of you have beautiful texts to share, we want you to be a part of the evening too. ANY TEXT OF UP TO 5 MINUTES IS WELCOME ♥ , about anything, in any genre or language, written by you or a writer you like. You can come on stage, read it from your seat, or have it read by someone else if you’re feeling shy. None of that matters, as long as you share. Let’s try to braid some worlds.