Carmen Bardeguez–Brown

Carmen Bardeguez-Brown's work was showcased in the award winning documentary: Latino Poets in the United States. She has been featured in many well- known cultural institutions such as: The Nuyorican Poets Café, Mad Alex Foundation, Smoke, The Soho Arts Festival, Long Wood Gallery, The Kitchen, La Casa Azul, New Year’s Alternative Poetry Marathon, The Capicu Cultural Series, The New York Poetry Festival at Governors Island, the Bowery Poetry Club, Caribbean Theater Words Festival, Caribbean Theater Panel on Afro-Latino writers among others. Some of her work has been performed by Felipe Luciano’s Poets’ Choir, Butch Morris Conduction series #27 at The Whitney Museum and at Art in Progress Cantieri Del Contemporaneo at Cosenza Italy. Her work has been anthologized in Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Café (Henry Holt) and published in magazines such as: Tribes, Long Shot, Fuse, Phati’tude, School Voices, and Woman Writers in Bloom; an on line magazine. Bardeguez-Brown produced a poetry CD title: “Straight From the Drum,” an assortment of poems that encapsulate her Afro-Caribbean poetic rhythm. She is the author of a poetry collection titled, Straight from the Drums: Al Ritmo Del Tambor.

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