Gustavo TATIS

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The Colombian journalist, poet and essayist, Gustavo Tatis Guerra is a prize-winner of the 1992 Simón Bolívar National Journalism Prize and has been nominated for this award on three occasions: 1993, 1995 and 1997. He is author of the poetry collections Conjuros del navegante (1988), El edén encendido (1994), Con el perdón de los pájaros (1996), He venido a ver las nubes (2007), Evangelio del viento (2008) and Todas las formas del mundo (2010). His work has featured in different anthologies: Santiago Mutis’s Antología de la nueva poesía colombiana; Panorama de la poesía colombiana; Rogelio Echavarría’s Quién es quién en la poesía colombiana; Henry Luque Muñoz’s Tambor en la sombra; Federico Díaz Granados’ Poesía de México y Colombia; and the anthology of Colombian poetry edited by Luz Eugenia Sierra. He has also published books for children’s and young people, such as Alejandro vino a salvar los peces (2003), La iguana tiene sed (2013), and El soñador de tesoros (2019), recently published. His latest books also include La flor amarilla del prestidigitador (2019).

Photo credit Daniel Mordzinski

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