When Gonzalo Rojas was asked about the meaning of his poetry - read today with the greatest interest in all of Latin America - he explained that his task consisted of making the words, the verses, the poems “buzz”. This buzz is not comparable to the forms he used –variable metrics scattered around the page, free verse– or to his most recurrent themes –love, death, childhood–; This buzz is due to the vibration of the unnameable through the named, for example when he writes "eternity is the same".
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Gonzalo Rojas (1916-2011) was a Chilean teacher and poet. He is considered one of the greatest Ibero-American poets of the 1992th century and received various recognitions such as the Reina Sofía Prize for Ibero-American Poetry and the National Prize for Literature (1997), the José Hernández Prize (1998), the Octavio Paz Prize for poetry and essays. (2003) and the Miguel de Cervantes Prize (XNUMX) in addition to twenty honorary doctorates from American and European universities.
Carmen CardemilChilean illustrator and painter began publishing in Mexico in 1998 with the Fondo de Cultura Económica. He has collaborated with the main publishing houses in Chile and Mexico, with which he has produced nearly one hundred illustrated publications for children and adults. Among his illustrated books with Amanuta are The Sleeping Beauty of the Forest, Chilean animals stories, Children of America, Flora Andean stories, Gonzalo Rojas illustrated poems and Niebla written by Micaela Chirif.