Agile and intuitive thinking awarded for his poems «El día 33» in the National Poetry Contest of the XXXVII National University Floral Games (2019), and “Punto en medio de un Círculo” in the Enriqueta Ochoa National Poetry Contest (2021). Mario Castelán assumes himself as a scientist-poet, he reflects for a moment, and adds: “Now I am integral. First, I am a scientist in my way of reasoning about the world, very experimental. It’s hard for me to be called a poet.»
José Francisco Guerrero López, writer and novelist born in Torre del Mar, Málaga, Professor at the University of Málaga since 1986 in the specialty of Special Education (autism, ADHD, social exclusion and Down syndrome). Before dedicating himself to university teaching, he was a martial arts teacher (Taekwondo black belt).
I must admit, that when they asked me to read this novel, to know my point of view regarding the explicit language that it could have, it gave me some fright, its title made the subject very clear and very little to the imagination.
With the launch of his second novel "Murder in the port of Barcelona", delights and fills the public with expectations again, in the final stretch of this year so convulsed by uncertainty and drastic changes at a global level. For the followers of Literary Planet, then the interview with Miquel Cruz, spanish writer, Degree in Law from the University of Barcelona, actor, novelist and screenwriter.
As a writer, Albert experimented with the metric, so that the prolonged tenth, the Spanish-American haiku incorporating the heptasyllable and the hendecasyllable, or the tridecasyllable, very rare verse in Spanish lyric, hence, on the occasion of the Rafael Morales International Award, the jury will highlight that he is part of that group of "The rare poets as it broadens the spectrum towards postmodernity seeking an ethical message manifested in its struggle of opposites towards the synthesis of love as a personal and collective matter."