MANILA, Philippines — Instituto Cervantes de Manila and its counterparts in Madrid, Beijing and Shanghai will present an online webinar on literature entitled “Extraterritorial” on September 9.
Writers like Elia Barceló from Spain, Daisy López from the Philippines and Siu Kam Wen from Peru will discuss their “literary relationship with the Spanish language as authors who reside and produce their literary work in countries with other linguistic realities.”
The online forum will be moderated by the Peruvian writer Fernando Iwasaki and will be conducted in Spanish with simultaneous translation in English and Chinese.
Interested participants can access the webinar at this Zoom link for free but on a first-come-first-serve basis.
For more information about the online webinar, please visit the event’s Facebook page.
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