This Friday, September 24, the Casa de Las Tejerinas will host a talk by the writer and popularizer of the classical world, Emilio del Rio, the author who has achieved significant editorial success with his works ‘Latin Lovers’ and ‘Squid a la romana’, and that he will now speak about the influence that Latin continues to have in our lives or the possibilities offered by radio to disseminate cultural issues.
The event, which will begin at 8:30 p.m., will be led by the journalist Francisco Reyero, host of the cultural program ‘El Flexo’ of Canal Sur and author of journalistic works such as’ Sinatra: I will never return to that damned country ‘,’ Easwood. Since my name defends me ‘o’ Trump. The lion of the circus’, among others.
Emilio del Río, who also serves as general director of Libraries, Archives and Museums of Madrid, has become in recent years one of the most prominent disseminators of the Latin world in our country for his interventions in different RNE programs.
Likewise, his two published books show us through a multitude of references to sports, economics, food, cinema or music, that Latin is very much alive among us, and not only in the educated registers, but also in the colloquial culture without our being aware of it.
To get closer to readers, Emilio del Río manages to disseminate from entertainment and humor with chapters entitled ‘From Asterix to Brexit’, ‘On this pizza I will build the Roman Empire’, ‘Latin is milk’ or ‘From Spartacus to Grease’.
The entrance will be free until full capacity is reached.