Tablas Alarcos Publishing House already announces the titles they will present in the nearby 23rd International Cuba Book Fair , in Havana, to be held from February 13 to 23.
In the same institution headquarters-211 of Linea Street, Tables Alarcos will offer the readers in addition to previously published books, new copies of its collections.
“El trigo y la cizaña”, by Jesus Lozada Guevara, is a recent acquisition of the House, and is the third of Oralia collection.
Another new title is “Escenas entrevistas”, from La Selva Oscura Collection, a compilation by Norberto Codina which brings together 17 personalities of the Cuban scene interviewed in La Gaceta de Cuba journal for 20 years.
The latter Collection also brings “Otro heredero. Elementos neobarrocos en los espectáculos de El Ciervo Encantado”, by Amarilys Pérez Vera. This book opens the series of volumes that Alarcos publishes to the research award granted by Hermanos Saiz Association.
“Mi vida en el arte” by Konstantin Stanislavski is the title number 31st of Biblioteca de Clasicos collection, and is the third of the very important Russian author that Tablas Alarcos publishes along with “El trabajo del Actor sobre sí mismo en el proceso creador de las vivencias” and “El trabajo del actor sobre sí mismo en el proceso creador de la encarnación”.
The public can also acquire “Volvernos teatro. Memorias de un festival”, belonging to Cuadernos Tablas collection, by Mercedes Borges, on the 2012 National Theatre Festival in Camaguey.
Moreover, Ediciones La Luz offers the book “Estos son textos de mi abandono” , by young playwright Rogelio Orizando.
The multimedia “Tablas Magazine 1982-2012 “, which compiles the 100 volumes of the journal for 30 years, will be re- submitted by this date.
In addition, an exhibition of theater posters by designer Idania del Rio will be opened on February 14, also at the headquarters of the publishing house.
These are the proposals for the Book Fair, devoted this time to writers Nersys Felipe and Rolando Rodríguez, and the nation of Ecuador, that Tablas Alarcos makes available to the public, and mainly for those preferring performing arts.