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Gestures Of The Latin American Poetry – Kenia Cano

Born in Mexico City in 1972, Kenia Cano lives in Cuernavaca. Some of her poetry books are Prayer of birds, The birds of this day (Carlos Pellicer Ibero-American Poetry Prize); An animal for the eyes and Diary of uncomfortable poems, the latter published by the Editorial Fund of the Autonomous University of Querétaro in 2017.

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Ikaro Valderrama

Íkaro Valderrama Ortiz is a singer, writer, philosopher, editor, and producer born in Sogamoso, Colombia. His musical and literary work is influenced mainly by his experiences and learning in Siberia, by poetry and social song. Poems are translated by Colombian translator Santiago Ospina Celis.

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