Two sheets history, or other features of the latest conquest of Ibiza’ Cool names. Classens of Jongte is the title of the first book published in Ibiza, en 1858, and now published as a facsimile with an explanatory introduction by Felip Cirer, director of the Encyclopedia of Ibiza and Formentera.
For those who have read this novel nominated for the Nobel Literature Prize winner Franz Kafka, Haruki Murakami, They know in advance the confusion experienced in the surreal journey over the course of this work.
An anthology of 43 stories based on the itinerant life of Lucia Berlin (Juneau, Alaska, 1936-Marina del Rey, California, 2004) they will desgranarse at the next meeting of the Reading Club Santa Eulària des Riu. As usual, the first Tuesday of each month, a las 20:30 hours in the library.
The XXVIII edition of the Festival de Poesia de la Lluna de Juny begins Thursday, 13 June with poetry readings, concerts, dramatized readings and a tribute to Maria Villangómez. The cantautoramallorquina Maria del Mar Bonet operates in Eivissa within the tour celebrating 50 years of poetry on stage.
The Historical Archives of Eivissa has received two new donations of documentation to enrich the Fund Fajarnés i Enric Tur, Fajarnés provided by Enrique Ribas, and the Fund Isidor Macabich, given by Isidor Marí. Thus, He has celebrated the International Archives Day.