Hector Aguilar Camin, Rosa Montero and Manuel Vicent, protagonists of the meeting of writers in Santillana UIMP.
The writers Hector Aguilar Camin, Rosa Montero and Manuel Vicent will be the protagonists of 'Lessons and teachers. IV International Citation of literature in Spanish, "a meeting organized by the Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo (UIMP) and the Fundacion Santillana, to be held in Santillana del Mar from 21 to 23 June, and has the participation of some of writers, translators, critics and teachers who, ffxiv gil, know the literary work of the three authors.
The conference will be inaugurated by the rector of the UIMP, Salvador Ordonez, and the president of the Fundacion Santillana, Ignacio Polanco. The narrator, essayist and playwright Hugo Hiriart Mexican National Prize of Science and Arts of Mexico in 2009, who will present on Monday the work of Hector, darkfall gold for sale, Aguilar Camin.
For his part, Jose Manuel Fajardo, writer, critic and journalist, literary prize winner Charles Brisset 2002 for his novel "A convulsive beauty ', analyze, on Tuesday, the work of Rosa Montero. Finally, on Wednesday, filmmaker and writer David Trueba, National Critics Award 2008 for his novel 'know how to lose', shall have charge of the conference on the, ffxiv gil, work of Manuel Vicent.
Although these sessions are not an activity open to the public and are broadcast live over the Internet entirely in www.fundacionsantillana.com; www.elpais.com; www.uimp.es; www.elboomeran.com and www.alfaguara. com / en /. The conference will close on Wednesday at 19.00 in the auditorium of La Magdalena with an event open to the public involving the three protagonists.
Since 2007, this international event in Spanish literature, which is part of the academic program of the UIMP, paid tribute to some of the most prominent Spanish-language writers as Carlos Fuentes, Juan Goytisolo, Jose Saramago, Arturo Perez-Reverte Javier Marias, Mario Vargas Llosa, Antonio Munoz Molina, Angeles Mastretta and Luis Mateo Diez.
Hector Aguilar Camin was born in Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico, in 1946. Diploma in Communication from the Universidad Iberoamericana, PhD in History at El Colegio de Mexico, much of his work is dedicated to the analysis of the political life of Mexico.
His fiction is composed of three books of short stories – 'With Filter Blue', 1978, 'The decline of the dragon', 1983, and 'conversational Stories', 1992 – and the novels 'Mandates of the heart', 2002; 'Dying in the Gulf', 1986, made into a film by director Alejandro Pelayo, 'War of Gallium', 1991, 'The error of the moon', 1995, 'A murmur in the river', 1997, 'The Shining Wood ', 1999,' Women of Hadrian ', 2001,' The Tragedy of Colosio "2004;" The conspiracy of Fortune ', 2005, and' The province lost ', 2007.
He is also author of numerous essays as "The nomadic border. Sonora and the Mexican Revolution ', 1977,' Balance of the Revolution. Culture and Politics in Mexico '(1982),' After the Miracle. An essay on the Mexican transition ', 1988,' In the Shadow of the Mexican Revolution ', with Lorenzo Meyer, "1989;" Subversions silent', 1994, 'Mexico: The ash and the Seed', 2000, 'The invention of Mexico ', 2008,' Thinking of the Left ', 2008, which includes their articles in the daily Milenio, and' A Future for Mexico, "with Jorge Castaneda, 2010.
He was chief editor and founder Cal y Arena magazine Nexos, which is director. Alsois a columnist with the daily Milenio. He has served on the drafting of the journal Historia Mexicana, El Colegio de Mexico (1971-1974), and Culture in Mexico, the weekly supplement Siempre (1974-76). It also has been deputy director and newspaper columnist OneplusOne and La Jornada and host of television program open area. Has received, among others, the 1986 National Journalism Award, the Mazatlan Prize for Literature, 1998 and the Medal Gabriela Mistral, Chile, 2001.
Rosa Montero was born in Madrid and studied journalism and psychology. He has published in various media and since 1976 he works exclusively for El Pais. In 1980 he won the National Journalism Award for Reporting and literary articles. In 2005 Santamaria Rodriguez won the Journalism awarded by the Press Association in recognition of the merits of their entire lives.
In addition to the novels' Chronicle of indifference '(1979),' The function Delta '(1981),' case you like a queen '(1983),' Dear Master '(1988),' Quake '(1990),' The nest of dreams '(1991),' Bella, dark '(1993),' The daughter of the cannibal '(awarded Spring 1997),' The heart of tartar '(2001),' The Madwoman of the house "(Alfaguara , 2003, 2005 Grinzane Cavour Prize foreign literature and Read 2003 for the best book in Spanish), 'Historia del Rey Transparente "(2005 Alfaguara Prize 2005 Read To the best book in Spanish and Mandarache Prize 2007) and' Instructions save the world '(Alfaguara 2008).
He is also author of a book of short stories – 'Lovers and enemies' (1998) – and several related to journalism, "Spain for you forever '(1976),' Five years of country '(1982),' Life naked '(1994),' Women's History '(1995),' Interview '(1996),' Passion '(1999),' Prints and other travel Bostonians "(2002). His work is translated into some twenty languages.
Manuel Vicent, Valencian writer and journalist, has published in Alfaguara, besides 'the Malvarrosa Tramway "(1994) and' Jardin de Villa Valeria" (1996), 'Easter and oranges' (1966), 'Top stories' ( 1997), 'The Hours pagan' (1998), 'Son de Mar "(Premio Alfaguara 1999),' The Bride of Matisse '(2000),' successive Bodies' (2003) and 'You'll see the open sky' (2005) .
Regular contributor to the newspaper El Pais, a selection of his articles are collected in 'No one dies on the eve' (2004) and 'The body and the Waves' (2007). He has also published 'Travel, fables and other crossings' (2006) and 'Eating and drinking my way' (2006). 'Leon green eyes' (2008) and 'royal flush' (2009) are his most recent books.