February   13   at   6.30   pm   at   Art   House   Cinema   &   Pub   (109   N   30th   St)   Join poet/filmmaker   Juan   Carlos   Galeano   for   a   special   showing   of   his   film   El Rio. “I   wanted   to   make   a   film   on   the   relationship   between   the   people   and   their land,   particularly   their   rivers.   They   think   about   their   trees,   their   rivers,   as people.   There   is   an   essential   humanity   to   all   these   beings,”   said   Galeano to http://www.fsunews.com/ Soon his exclusive interview you can read on our website About   Juan:   Juan   Carlos   Galeano   was   born   in   the   Amazon   region   of Colombia.   He   is   the   author   of   Baraja   Inicial   (poetry,   1986),   Pollen   and Rifles   (1997)   a   book   on   the   poetry   of   violence,   and   Amazonia   (poetry, 2003),   Sobre   las   cosas   (poetry,   2010),   and   Amazonia   y   otros   poemas (poetry,   2011),   and   Historias   del   viento   (poetry,   2013).   He   teaches   Latin   American   poetry   and   cultures   of   the   Amazon   basin   at   Florida State University.
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February    13    at    6.30 pm      at     Art      House Cinema   &   Pub   (109   N 30th          St)          Join poet/filmmaker     Juan Carlos   Galeano   for   a special   showing   of   his film El Rio. “I   wanted   to   make   a film            on            the relationship     between the    people    and    their land,   particularly   their rivers.      They      think about   their   trees,   their   rivers,   as   people.   There   is   an   essential humanity       to       all       these       beings,”       said       Galeano       to http://www.fsunews.com/ Soon his exclusive interview you can read on our website About    Juan:    Juan    Carlos    Galeano    was    born    in    the   Amazon region   of   Colombia.   He   is   the   author   of   Baraja   Inicial   (poetry, 1986),   Pollen   and   Rifles   (1997)   a   book   on   the   poetry   of   violence, and Amazonia   (poetry,   2003),   Sobre   las   cosas   (poetry,   2010),   and Amazonia   y   otros   poemas   (poetry,   2011),   and   Historias   del   viento (poetry,   2013).   He   teaches   Latin   American   poetry   and   cultures   of the Amazon basin at Florida State University.
Johnson’s Billings News
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Hosted by Johnson Computing
They are read.  We are Quoted!!!
  Billings, meet poet/filmmaker Juan Carlos Galeano at February 13