Sash Reiter speaks about his new book: Sensory Overload
Somos en esrito editors Scott Duncan-Fernandez, Jenny Irizary, and Armando Rendon interview poet Sasha Reiter on his new book, Sensory Overload. Sasha performs work from the book with translator Pedro Granados with a few words from publisher Marisa Russo.
Sasha Reiter was born in New York City in 1996. He grew up in the Bronx, where as the son of an Argentinian father and a Peruvian mother, he experienced first hand the metaphorical otherness of being both Latino and Jewish.
Pedro Granados is a poet and novelist born in Lima, Peru, in 1955. He has lived in the United States, Europe and the Caribbean. Presently, he lives in his native country. He is the founder and present president of Vallejo sin Fronteras Instituto (VASINFIN).
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Nueva York Press