An overview of Lit & Luz events in Mexico City, February 22-24, 2018. Shot and edited by Harrison Martin.
Highlight video of Lit & Luz 2017 Live Show at Co-Prosperity Sphere, October 21st. Shot and edited by Justin Harenchar at Joyland Creative.
Eduardo Rabasa in conversation with Christian Tebordo at Roosevelt University, Lit & Luz 2017, Chicago.
Eduardo Rabasa, author of The Zero-Sum Game (Deep Vellum Press) reads from his novel and discusses Sexto Piso, Mexico City’s foremost independent publisher, now in its 15th year. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Lit & Luz Chicago 2016 Live Show highlights
The Lit & Luz Festival of Language, Literature, and Art's grand finale is an exclusive night of debut collaborative performances from Gabriela Jauregui + Susy Bielak & Fred Schmalz, Jorge Méndez Blake + Samantha Hill, Guadalupe Nettel + Vu Tran + Amanda Gutiérrez, Daniel Saldaña París + Jessica Anne, Alejandro Albarrán Polanco + Rachel Galvin + Jim Becker. This event will move between Spanish and English and through the theme, “(Anti-)Static” or “Motion,” explore the contexts in which both Chicago and Mexico City exist. With music from (((SONORAMA)))'s Charly Garcia.
Shot by Dakota Sillyman and Chris Owsiany and edited by Erin Turney. Produced by Sarah Dodson and Hannah Welever.
Lit & Luz 2014: Luis Felipe Fabre, Valerie Mejer, and Daniel Borzutzky at the Poetry Foundation
The Poetry Foundation celebrates Lit & Luz, a four day poetry festival in Chicago and Mexico with readings from well known poets. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Lit & Luz 2014 Chicago: Archive, a Live Magazine Extravaganza
MAKE Literary Productions introduces the inaugural Lit & Luz Festival with the theme of "Archive," featuring Valeria Luiselli, Luis Felipe Fabre, Susana Iglesia, Brenda Lozano, Luis Felipe Fabre, Aguillón-Mata, Verónica Gerber Bicecci, Alejandro Almanza Pereda, Daniel Borzutzky, Mauricio Tenorio, Moira Pujols, Tania Candiani, Joel Craig, Kirsten Leenaars, Kathleen Rooney, Fred Sasaki, Marvin Tate, Irvine Welsh, Adam Burke, Ruth Guerra. Through readings, performances, visual art, and the 2014 theme “Archive,” the participants will explore both Chicago and Mexico City’s historical contexts; how we document our lives and our culture in a digital age; and translation between language and artistic mediums. Click here for the event line-up.
Shot and edited by Hannah Welever.