LORENZO GARCÍA VEGA. APUNTES PARA LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DE UNA NO-POÉTICA
Aguilera, Carlos A.
Publishing House: Aduana Vieja, Valencia, 2015
[Incluye entrevistas al autor]
Binding: Rústica con solapas
[Machine Translation:] Lorenzo Garcia Vega (Cuba, 1926 - USA, 2012) is one of the most important Cuban writers of the twentieth century. He belonged to the editorial board of the legendary journal Origins. Regardless of trends and currents, considered one of the "rare" in Cuban literature, in 1952 he won the National Prize for Literature.
In this book, the narrator, poet and essayist Carlos A. Aguilera (Havana, 1970) gives us some of his thoughts about Lorenzo Garcia Vega, through various critics and interviews that the author texts.