Will participate in the roundtable Cartagena writers Juan de Dios García, María Teresa Cervantes Alberto Soler
The association organizes Future Cartagena on Monday October 19 from 20:00 a new edition of 'cultural'.
On this occasion he introduced the subject of literature through three Cartagena writers who will explain what the current literary scene of Cartagena.
The Cultural Hall Cajamurcia in Icue again host a 'cultural', now in its eleventh edition.
The roundtable will be attended by the authors Juan de Dios García, María Teresa Cervantes Alberto Soler.
They are very active in the literary world not only of Cartagena, but also on the national scene.
Juan de Dios Garcia is the author of Alejandro Casona test: the poetry of death, as well as the Arctic Wanderer and poems.
Since 2000 he directs the digital literary magazine The Dialogue of the dogs.
He has also published poems, short stories and critical articles in various national and international publications.
He keeps a log in the journal Science Galla.
Maria Teresa Cervantes has a degree in French literature from the University of the Sorbonne in Paris.
She has taught Spanish language and culture for over twenty years in the German city of Bonn.
It has an extensive poems and essays, which have led her to win numerous medals, diplomas and national and international awards.
Alberto Soler, graduate in Philology and Masters in Youth and Society.
Coordinates since 2004 Mandarache Young Reader Prize in the city of Cartagena, a project that has received in 2014 the National Prize for the Promotion of Reading awarded by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.
He has published the poetry collection The tigers devour love poets.
Future president Cartagena, Ignacio Borgoñós, stressed that "in this new edition of 'cultural' we review today the literary scene in Cartagena, that despite the difficulties, has lived a boom of writers and initiatives reactivate literary discipline and make it look to the future with optimism. "
Similarly, he noted that "in addition to Perez Reverte, Alvarez and Maria Duenas, there is a range of poets and storytellers with exciting voice. All this literary world is that we will bring to light".
The roundtable will be moderated by Leticia Jimenez, Professor of Language and Literature of IES Mediterranean.
The public entrance is free to fill seats.
Once completed the round table, question time attendee opens.