Fedosy Santaella and Roberto Echeto Live Discussion

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Fedosy
Roberto

La página web de la Writing University (Universidad de Escritura) presenta hoy una charla con Fedosy Santaella, un participante anterior del IWP (Programa Internacional de Escritura), y Roberto Echeto, a las 15:00 (CST). Es la primera Conversación en Vivo que ocurre exclusivamente en español. Se producirá un transcrito en inglés después de la charla. Las temas de conversación incluye la literatura/la cultura pop y la literatura/el humor. Para más información, visita sus página web:
Fedosy Santaella
Roberto Echeto

Fedosy Santaella (fiction writer; Venezuela) has published two novels, four short story collections and one novel and three collections of children’s stories. The novel The Unpublished Eventful Journeys of Teofilus (Alfaguara, 2009) is the most recent one. His short story collection Postales sub sole won the 2006 Pocaterra Latin American Literature Biennial’s Novel Prize, and the story collection Moon Rocks was recognized in the 2007 José Antonio Ramos Sucre Literary Biennial. He has written for HBO and Cinemax, and contributes to magazines and newspapers in Venezuela. Santaella is the Creative Writing Workshop coordinator at UNIMET in Caracas. He is also the editor of the literary webzine www.hermanoschang.blogspot.com since 2006.

Fedosy Santaella participated in the 2009 IWP Fall Residency courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State.

Born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1970, Roberto Echeto graduated in humanities from Universidad Católica Andres Bello. He is a radio producer, journalist, graphic artist and writer, contributing essays and opinions to dailies such as El Nacional and to the journals Claro and El Malpensante. He is the author of the novel No habrá final and of two short story collections (Cuentos líquidos and Breviario galante). Since 2005 he blogs at http://www.robertoecheto.blogspot.com.

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