July 8th to 15th, 2017
Fabricio Estrada (Honduras, 1974)
Fabricio Estrada was born in Sabanagrande, Honduras, in 1974. He has published the books of poems: Sixths of Rain, 1998; Poems Against Fear, 2001; Yards, 2004; Shortwave Poems, 2009; White Piranhas, 2011; South of Noon, 2013; and, Houdini Returns Home, 2015. His poems appear in Ibero-American anthologies. He has participated representing Honduras in various international festivals. He is preparing the publication of his narrative work. His articles of opinion have been published in Iberoamerican online magazines.
He was included in the anthologies: One Hundred Years of Political Poetry in Honduras, Roberto Sosa, 2003; The Next Hour, Emerging Poetry of Honduras, Salvador Madrid, 2006; The Routes of the Wind, Portuguese-Spanish anthology, Alfredo Perez Alencart, Madrid, Spain, 2005; The Wound in the Sun, anthology Contemporary Central American Poetry UNAM, Mexico, 2008; Open Doors, Anthology of Central American Poetry, Sergio Ramirez-Fondo de Cultura Economica-Mexico, 2011; Cuerpo Plural, Contemporary Hispanic American Poetry, Gustavo Guerrero - Instituto Cervantes de Madrid 2010; Hurried Scar, Snapshots of Central American Poetry, Literal Editions, Mexico D.F., 2013; Chamote, Anthology of Latin American Poets, Gito Minore, Argentina, 2015; Poetry of Central America and Puerto Rico, Selena Millares, Visor Collection, Spain, 2015; Death and Poetry, Roberto Arizmendi, Aguascalientes, Mexico, 2016; 35 Degrees, Yauguru Maca, Montevideo-Uruguay, 2016.
His articles on culture and politics were published in Brecha, Uruguay; Patria Grande, Venezuela; El Clarin, Chile; Latin America from Below (Marco Coscione) Dominican edition -2010 and Rebellion, Cuba. Poetry Has the Word V Festival, House of America, Madrid-Spain, 2005 Special guest for the International Spanish Television program "Casa de America", June 2005.
He has participated in various poetry festivals in Latin America and Spain. Workshop coordinator of literary creation. Lecturer on culture and politics.
Published at May 27th, 2017