“World’s End:

Celebrating Two Decades of the Neruda–O’Daly Ranchito”

with poet translator William O’Daly and Friends

Saturday, March 7, 8:00 p.m.

Los Angeles poets will read from Neruda, in Spanish and English, as prelude to a talk and reading that Mr. O’Daly will deliver, primarily from his two newest Neruda books, World’s End and The Hands of Day.

Matilda read by Fernando Castro

If You Forget me read by Corrie Greathouse

If You Forget me read in Spanish by Rafael F J Alvarado

I Do Not Love You Except Because I Love You read by Theresa Antonia

Cat's Dream (Sueño de Gato) read in Spanish by Abel Salas

I Can write the Saddest Lines read by Doug Knott

Ode to Air read by Don Newton

Ode to Air read in Spanish by Maria Torregrossa

Canto XII: Arise to Birth with me, my Brother read by Peggy Dobreer

Canto XII: Arise to Birth with me, my Brother in spanish Mariano Zaro

Ode to Socks read by Amaranth Borsuk

Ode To Socks read in Spanish by Gabriela Jauregui

Ode to the Yellow Bird read by Kim Calder

To the Foot from it's Child read by Miguel Sanchez

Walking Around read by Jenny Factor

Sonnet XIV read by Russell Salamon

Ode to a Chestnut read by Lois P Jones

Ars Poetica read by Holly Prado