Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Zu Galeria's first Literary Nights in English with writer Anjanette Delgado
Zu Galeria Fine Arts invites you to our first English-language Literary Nights Series with writer Anjanette Delgado.
Friday, March 19, 8pm to 11pm
Zu Galeria Fine Arts
2248 SW 8th Street
Miami, Fl 33135
March marks the celebration for International Women's Day.
We will be joining this global celebration by presenting...
Clairvoyance and the Heartbreak of Seeing
A night of poetry, photography and spirituality ...
Anjanette will be reading her unpublished poetry, and exhibiting her photographs taken in her travels through various countries.
Anjanette Delgado is an Emmy award-winning writer and multimedia producer with over eighteen years of experience in broadcast, cable, print, and online environments, both nationally and internationally. She has produced for CNN, NBC, Univision and Telemundo, among others, producing extensive coverage for events such as the 1991 Gulf War, the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and the sustained 24-hour coverage of the present war with Iraq, which she executive-produced for Telemundo in 2003. She won her first Emmy for her human-interest series "Madres en la lejanía," about the plight of Latino mothers who leave their own children behind and come to the United States to work illegally as nannies.
Her first sitcom, "Great in Bed" was bought and is set to be produced by HBO Latin America, and her first novel, The Heartbreak Pill was published in 2008 and 2009 by Simon & Schuster's Atria Books, and won the International Latino Book Award for Best Romance in English in 2009.
Anjanette, a Puerto Rico native is hard at work on her second novel, The Clairvoyant of Calle Ocho.
She lives in Miami, Florida, and her very favorite quote is "When you're going through hell, keep going," by Winston Churchill.