Where Do the Elapsed Days Go? : (English Edition)
In Winston Morales Chavarro, knowledge, the awareness of poetry as the key to reality, is the only way to apprehend and understand life in its darkness and light, its permanence and its transience, its eternity and its continuous drift.
- Paperback | 130 pages
- 127 x 203 x 4mm | 73g
- 12 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Winston Morales Chavarro
Neiva, Huila, 1969. Social Communicator and Journalist. Master of Arts in Culture Studies, mention of Hispano-American Literature, Simon Bolivar Andean University of Quito. Full-time professor at the University of Cartagena, Colombia. He has won the poetry competitions Organizacion Casa de Poesia, 1996; Jose Eustasio Rivera, 1997 and 1999; Contests Departmental of the Ministry of Culture, 1998; Euclides Jaramillo Arango, University of Quindio, 2000; Second Prize National Poetry Contest City of Chiquinquira, 2000; National Poetry Competition Universidad de Antioquia, 2001; Third Place in the Literary International Competition of Outono, Brazil. First Prize IX National Biennial of Novel Jose Eustasio Rivera. First Place in the National Prize of Poetry Technological University of Bolivar, Cartagena, 2005. Winner of an artistic residency of the Group of the three of the Ministry of Culture, Colombia, and the Foncas, of Mexico, with his project: "Parallels of the invisible: Chichen Itza-San Agustin. " Winner of the Poetry Contest of the Institute of Heritage and Culture of Cartagena (IPCC), 2013. Winner of the Humberto Tafur Charry Story Contest, 2013. Winner of the International Literature Prize "David Mejia Velilla," University of La Sabana, 2014, Bogota, Colombia. Finalist in several poetry and short story contests in Colombia, Spain, Argentina and Mexico. He has published the poetry books Aniquirona, Trilce Editores, 1998; Rain and the Angel (Co-authorship) -Trilce Editores, 1999; Back to Schuaima, Ediciones Dauro, Granada-Spain, 2001; Memories of Alexander de Brucco, Editorial Universidad de Antioquia, 2002; Summa Poetica, Altazor Editores, 2005; Anthology, Friday Poetry Collection, National University, 2009; Road to Rogitama, Trilce Editores, 2010; The City of the stones that sing, Caza de Libros, Ibague 2011; Temps era temps, Altazor Editores, Bogota, 2013, and La douce Aniquirone et Dautres poemes somme poetique (Marcel Kemadjou Njanke's French translation), 2014. In narrative: God put a smile on his face, novel, 2004; in essay: Poets of the occult in the writings of Jose Antonio Ramos Sucre, Carlos Obregon, Cesar Davila Andrade and Jaime Saenz, Trilce Editores, Bogota, 2008. His poems have appeared in magazines and newspapers in Colombia, Spain, Venezuela, Italy, United States United, Argentina, Puerto Rico and Mexico, and have been translated into french, italian, portuguese, english, polish and german.