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  "Flowers of Fire" at Corazón del Pueblo

Take a trip to the heart of the Boyle Heights Artist District in Los Angeles this coming Tuesday, December 29 at 8 p.m. and discover Corazón del Pueblo literary and artistic salon. Home to local magazine Brooklyn & Boyle founded by L.A. writer Abel Salas, Corazón del Pueblo (formerly known as Brooklyn & Boyle before the recent name change) will be hosting an evening of poetry, spoken word and music, Flowers of Fire: Poesía de lucha y amor. The event boasts an international line-up of artists including Kary Cerda from Mexico D.F., Ruben "Funkahuatl" Guevara from Los Angeles, and Antonieta Villamil from Colombia to name a few. Hosted by the Boyle Heights Bards: Bus Stop Prophet, Kristy Lovich and John Carlos de Luna, it also features 700 Pound Guerilla and special guest Guerilla Queenz. If you are a poet yourself, you can also sign-up to share your poetry during the open mic segment of the event.

Corazón del Pueblo is located at 2003 East 1st St., Los Angeles, CA 90033. This event is free although donations are always welcome as this is a non-profit organization. It is recommended that interested poets sign-up early for the open mic.

For more information, you can email corazondelpueblo@live.com or call (323) 780-9089.

 

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