The Festival Cultural Mazatlán 2020 gave space to literature, diversifying the enriching series of events that are part of the billboard promoted by Lic. José Ángel Tostado Quevedo, Director del Instituto Municipal de Cultura, Turismo y Arte.
Through poet, maestra and writer Ernestina Yépiz, Casa Haas was enveloped in an atmosphere of words, passions and experiences with the declamation of poetry and an enriching talk that was part of the program “Poemas que se vuelven sueños” (poems that become dreams).
Together with Silvia Michel, Ernestina Yépiz read a series of her own poems, shared experiences, advice, laughter and ideas with the public, making the night even more spectacular.
“Un poema suscribe”, “Hojas”, “Volver a ser”, “Vecina, árbol y pájaros”, “Atizar el fuego”, “Resistencias”, “El mensajero”, and “Disculpa no solicitada”, among others, were part of the poems selected to give voice to this proud Sinaloan writer.
The public present enjoyed the literary contribution of this event to the maximum.
Ernestina Yépiz is a graduate of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of UNAM. Author of the poems La Penumbra del paisaje, Los delirios de Eva and Los conjuros del cuerpo. And from the short story book El Café de la Calle Mulberry. It is also included in the General Anthology of Mexican Poetry, by Juan Domingo Argüelles, among others. She is a poet, essayist, storyteller and editor.
Next Thursday at 7:00 p.m., the 2020 Mazatlán Cultural Festival will open this free space again for literature with the program “Poemas en la Casa Haas” with the intervention of Lupita Veneranda, Iracema Orona, Silvia Michel, Alma Vitalis , Paula Calzada and Faith Muñoz.