Ana Enriqueta Terán (4 May 1918, Valera, Trujillo State – 18 December 2017, Valencia, Carabobo)was a Venezuelan poet. She was one of the best-known Venezuelan poets, especially because of her peculiar wordplay. Terán has written in several publications and all her works are compiled in Casa de hablas (1991). She won the National Prize for Literature in 1989.
José María Merino is a Spanish novelist born in A Coruña, Galicia on 5 March 1941. He is the father of two daughters, María and Ana, both of them university professors. He lived for several years in León and currently lives in Madrid. Best known for his novels and short stories, he is also a poet and a travel writer.
Clara Janés Nadal, born in Barcelona, is a Spanish writer of several literary genres. She is recognised as a poet and is distinguished as a translator of different central European and eastern languages. Since 2015 she occupied a seat in the Real Academia Española , becoming the tenth woman elected as a member of the RAE.
Alejandro Aura was a Mexican writer, essayist, poet, playwright and actor, as well as a culture promoter and television host.
José Ramón Medina Elorga, was a Venezuelan lawyer, writer, poet and politician.
Manolita Saval was a Spanish actress and singer.
The National Prize for Literature is a literary award made annually to Venezuelan writers.
The Sierra de Lema is an upland mountain range area with tepuis, located in Bolívar state of southeastern Venezuela.
Roberto Mascaró is a Uruguayan poet and translator.
Albertina Carri is an Argentine screenwriter, movie producer, movie director and audiovisual artist.
Génesis Cristina Carmona Tovar was a Venezuelan fashion model, beauty queen, and college student who was killed while protesting against the Government of Venezuela during the 2014 Venezuelan protests. She later became a symbol of protest against the Nicolás Maduro government during the time of demonstrations in the country.
Luis Pérez-Oramas is a Venezuelan poet, art historian and curator. He is the author of eight poetry books, four recollections of essays, as well as numerous art exhibition catalogues. He has contributed as Op Ed author to national newspapers in Venezuela as well as to various literary and art magazines in Latin America and Europe.
Ana Juan is a Spanish artist, illustrator and painter.
Marie-Jose Fauvelle Ripert, best known as Miyó Vestrini was a Venezuelan poet, journalist and scriptwriter.
Ibéyise Pacheco is a Venezuelan journalist and writer, specializing in investigative journalism, who has been linked with politics due to her strong opposition to the governments of Hugo Chávez and Nicolás Maduro.
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Sofía Fernández Castañón is a Spanish poet, writer, audiovisual producer, and politician. She has worked in print, television, and radio, and received several poetry prizes. Since January 2016 she has been deputy of Podemos for Asturias in Spain's 11th and 12th Legislatures. She is currently spokesperson for the Equality Commission and a member of the Subcommittee on the State Pact on Gender Violence. On 18 February 2017, she was elected the Podemos Executive's Secretary of Intersectional Feminism and LGBTI. Since February 2017, she has been a member of the Podemos State Council.
Sonia Sanoja was a Venezuelan dancer, teacher, choreographer, and poet, a pioneer of her country's dance scene in the 1950s and 60s, particularly in the area of contemporary dance.
Guillermo Trujillo Durán was a Venezuelan poet and politician. He is also remembered for his work in journalism and film, alongside his brother Manuel Trujillo Durán. He worked as editor for several Maracaibo-based publications and published some collections of poetry. In politics, he first served in the government of Zulia before entering the National Assembly, where he was Vice-President on two occasions.
Pilar Paz Pasamar was a Spanish poet and writer whose work has been translated into Italian, Arabic, French, English and Chinese. She was a member of the Cádiz branch of the 1950s poetic generation. She was a member of the Real Academia Hispano Americana de Cádiz since 1963. Her awards and honors include second place from the Premio Adonáis de Poesía for "Los buenos días" (1954), Adoptive Daughter of the city of Cádiz (2005), Meridiana Prize of the Andalusian Institute of Women (2005), included in the section "Own Names" of the Instituto Cervantes, and Author of the Year by the Andalusian Center of Letters of the Junta de Andalucía (2015). The city council of her hometown annually awards the Pilar Paz Pasamar Prize for short stories and poetry by women.