Historically, autumn has been the time of year to reflect on difficult work conducted that generated one’s harvest. While many of us in an urban environment cannot relate to the dedicated tasks of tending, watering and nurturing soil in order to produce we can all agree that autumn is a great time of transition. Many of us even comment that during fall the air smells different. We can see the color of the leaves shift and fade, and these are the hints that death is coming. Winter blankets us in death, covering life, but we know that life is renewed again in spring. The artists collected here;Diana Pando, Adriana Galván, and Cina Pelayo will join together in a series of readings that address cultural ideas of life and death in a celebration of autumn. We will reflect on the living and the dead. Here, words will welcome memory and ghosts.