Havana, headquarters of the First Ibero-American Congress of the Tenth and Improvised Verse

According to a note from the Radio Rebelde station, from September 28 to 30, the First Ibero-American Congress of the Tenth and Improvised Verse will take place in Havana, dedicated to the centenary of the birth of the Cuban poet Jesús Otra Ruiz, the Naborí Indian.

The improviser Luis Paz, director of the Ibero-American Center for the Tenth and Improvised Verse, said at a press conference that the event’s program is extensive and that it will begin with a plenary session at the Theater of the National Museum of Fine Arts, dedicated to the youths. The following days will focus on the presence of women in the tenth and the figure of the Naborí Indian.

The Congress is dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the declaration of the Cuban point as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. For the first time, the Ibero-American Tenth Prize for the work of life will be awarded to six personalities. To two foreigners: Maximiano Trapero and Roberto Silva. And four Cubans: Orlando Laguardia, Waldo Leyva, Virgilio López Lemus and Tomasita Quiala.

Fidel Orta, director of the Naborí Indian Cultural Research and Promotion Office and son of the poet, said that he is one of the great voices of Cuban poetry and assured that a broad agenda has been organized to commemorate his birth on September 30.

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