Juan Gelman is perhaps Argentina's best-known living poet, a Cervantes Prize Cultura Económica and his Poesia reunida in a major edition by Seix Barral. de la poesía contemporánea. denota una agudización de la crisis que comienza “de poetas latinoamericanos como Juan Gelman, Enrique Lihn, Fernández científicos”, not included in Poesía reunida) and the cruel indifference of a. Jan 1, Juan Gelman is perhaps Argentina's best-known living poet, Cultura Económica and his Poesia reunida in a major edition by Seix Barral.
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It is intended to stimulate the early stages of reading development with intriguing graphics and literary proposals. Berrios, and Estructuras de la mente. Tierra Firme. Originally designed as the contemporary, humanistic, and scientific counterpart of the Biblioteca Americana collection, it issues works of all genres: novel, short story, poetry, drama, essay, and criticism, by and on prominent authors that, due to their nationality, would have no place in Letras Mexicanas.
Encouraged by the spirit of cultural diffusion throughout the Spanish-speaking world, the collection also assembles the literary works from FCE's subsidiaries. A distinguishing feature of this series is the inclusion of unimpeachable testimonies of artists, leaders and intellectuals.
This is a collection in which biography, criticism, chronicle, correspondence, and memoir combine to build the gallery of personalities, movements and institutions that have shaped contemporary Mexico. Umbrales Threshold. Directed by Claudio Lomnitiz and Fernando Escalante Gonzalbo, it provides students and scholars with cutting-edge texts on anthropology, sociology and politics that introduce Spanish speaking readers into discussions and debates from other latitudes. Its pocket volumes are small assortments of articles or book chapters on specific topics by authors almost always unpublished or little known in Spanish.
Some examples are Joel S. Forerunner of FCE itself, this journal began by issuing translations of articles published in major journals in English and gradually began including original research by scholars and government officials from Mexico and Latin America. La Gaceta. Founded by Arnaldo Orfila Reynal on FCE's 20th anniversary, it is a monthly magazine with excerpts, reviews, articles, and poems.
In , it received the Mexican Premio Nacional de Periodismo. Its main goal is to promote, coordinate and disseminate original and high-level philosophical production in Spanish.
Until , it was a yearly periodical and has been biannual since. Its main purpose is to encourage plastic and literary creation for children and teenagers, awarding the prize to an unpublished visual story. Apart from a cash payment as an advance of royalties, the award consists in the publication of the work within the Los Especiales de A la Orilla del Viento collection.
It is an annual competition. Its main purpose is to encourage children to acquire a taste for poetry.
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It seeks to promote the habits of reading and of non-literary writing.