March 28, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venezuelan writer Raquel Abend presents the second edition of her first novel, Andor, joined by Argentinean writer Milton Laufer. In the midst of drunkenness and hangovers, conversations and boredoms, sudden crushes and jealousy, this fiction novel explores the most playful, visceral and simplest of the fragile and contradictory human life.
Raquel Abend is a Venezuelan writer and journalist. She has published two collections of poetry: Sobre las fábricas, (New York, Sudaquia Editores, 2014) and Lengua Mundana (Bogota, Común Presencia Editores, 2012), and the novel Andor (Caracas, Bid & Co.Editor, 2013; Miami, SubUrbano Ediciones, 2017). She is also the co-author of the book Los días pasan y las formas regresan (Caracas, Bid & Co. Editor, 2013).

Milton Läufer is an Argentinian writer, journalist and teacher. Currently, he is doing a PhD at New York University focused on digital literature in Latin America. He is the 2016-2017 writer-in-residence of The Trope Tank, MIT. In 2015 he published Lagunas, a partially algorithmic-generated novel, which —as most of his work— is available online at He has participated in art exhibitions in Latin America, the US and Europe. He lives in Brooklyn.