The Festival Deslinde de Poesía de Cartagena continues with its programming and presents on Wednesday, November 7 at 8:00 pm in the Magic Mountain bookstore, C / Pintor Balaca, 34 the book "Avivar el Fuego", by the author from Cartagena, Aurora Saura.
(Editorial Renacimiento, 2018).
The act will be presented by the also poets, Juan de Dios García and Natalia Carbajosa.
In 'Avivar el fuego', the verses of Aurora Saura come to us full of content and truth in an anthology that collects a selection of previous books: 'Las horas',' De qué árbol ',' Retratos de interior ',' Si we touch the earth ', and some unpublished poems.
According to the words of the poet Natalia Carbajosa: "Avivar el fuego" is an anthology that contains a selection of poems from Aurora Saura's previous books (including several haikus of the plaquette "Mediterráneo en versos orientals") and a final section of poems unpublished
Little more than a hundred pages for those who, slowly but firmly, write from childhood and consider themselves, above all, a reader.
An author who has been able to intersperse the writing between the rest of facets of her day to day, without renouncing the interruptions that life imposes, understanding that the poet is a kind of 'fixed discontinuous' worker who is always alert, but who it does not force the call of inspiration or go through the world with its back to reality. "
Aurora Saura Bacaicoa was born in Cartagena in June 1949 and studied Romance Philology at the University of Murcia, being a teacher of Language and Literature until her retirement.
He has published the following poetry books: "Las horas" (1986), "De qué árbol" (1991), "Retratos de interior" (1998, reissue in 2014), "Si tocamos la tierra" (2012) and "Mediterráneo in oriental verses "- plaquette de 'haikus'- (2015).
Several of his poems have been collected in different Anthologies;
the most recent: "Contra.
Poetry before the repression "(2016) and" Composition of place "(also of 2016).
He frequently participates in poetic readings, colloquia and literary encounters.
He frequently collaborates in magazines of the same nature and in French books for Spanish students.
His motto could be, the famous phrase of Terencio: "Nothing, human or not, is foreign to me".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena