Noventaynueve Story

on October 10th, 2014 by - Comments Off on Noventaynueve Story

Despite all that, and while the youth is a chronological accident that, fortunately, it happens over time, this "party of war", the news of the new Colombian poetry, we suggest that all is not lost and that , as recalled by the poet Leon de Greiff, "After so many little things and the spirit seeks better air, better air." — John J. Junieles. Writer, journalist and screenwriter. He studied law and political science at the University of Cartagena, and journalism at the Foundation for a New Iberoamerican Journalism. He is the author of books of poetry papers to start the fire (Lealon, 1993), Songs of a neighborhood on the border (Ministry of Culture Bogota, 2002; National Award Literature Bogota, 2002), a passenger Traveler strange land (Rosebud, 2006; International Poetry Prize, City Alajuela, Costa Rica, 2005) story of kamikaze tremor (Eafit, 2003) and with the light I is sufficient (Pan, 2007); of poetic prose fear for my end of these lines (Lealon, 1996), the novel Men alone in the row of the cinema (Instituto Mario Vargas Llosa, 2004) and the anthology Ghost Alphabet (Rosebud , 2007).

He has taught university, academic researcher, editor of El Universal of Cartagena, Cartagena Newspaper and magazine Noventaynueve and journalist International Film Festival of Cartagena. He is a member of the PEN club in Colombia. Poems of John J. An old story Junieles Elsewhere I hope Paul Celan This is an old story. My first brother was never born and is buried in the yard, which is now a sacred place.

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