Dominican poetess, storyteller, historian and educator.
Novelist, writer, poet and diplomat who collaborated with several local newspapers and numerous international literary magazines.
He belongs to the postwar poetic group and his poetry has no comparison in the Dominican poetic sphere.
Dominican write Arturo Féliz-Camilo official website.
Lawyer, journalist and writer who has published essays on the origin of merengue and the Dominican narrative. His prose is precise, and his subjects are, in general, social.
Dominican poet and writer who has published several books of poems about urban compositions.
Dominican poet, narrator and writer of youth and children's literature. He is considered one of the great poets of the current Dominican diaspora and the most complete due to his extensive and varied literary production.
Dominican scholar writer, philanthropist, multi-faceted, rapper, singer, prose writer, screenwriter, paremologist, poet, blogger, short story writer, creator of phrases and proverbs, novelist, creator of scientific theories, self-taught linguist, master of ceremonies, orator, storyteller, marquist and comedian. He became known because he has twenty talents since he was twelve years old.
Poet, novelist and journalist. Considered the poet of love because his fine sensitivity to interpret the feelings of the soul and the tone of his poetry, full of rhythm, harmony and simplicity.
Dominican writer and educator who has ventured into different genres such as essays, poetry, short stories and literary criticism.
The poetry of Franklin Mieses Burgos is characterized by a deep lyricism: sometimes existential, other times political and almost always surreal. His poetic production could be divided into three categories: hermetic, where the surrealist influence is manifested; the one that follows classic models (the sonnets); and the one of popular subjects.
Poet and translator. His work is marked by social concern and unquestionable patriotism. He is known as the introducer of psychology in poetry in the national literature.
Geovanny Vicente-Romero writes an internationally acclaimed column for CNN. He is a Washington, D.C.-based political strategist, consultant and lecturer. Geovanny teaches Strategic Communications for Professionals at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS). Vicente-Romero publishes investigative and analytical articles on political communication, democracy, development, human rights, governance, elections, the environment, and the role of women in society.
Website of Dominican writer Guarionex Luperón Cabreja. Biography, career and literary works.
Dominican narrator, essayist and educator.
Website of Dominican writer and poet Jael Uribe, founder of Women Poets International Movement and creator of International Poetry Festival 'Grito de Mujer'.
Poet and storyteller who has won the Dominican Republic's National Prize for Literature eight times in the genres of novels, short stories, and poetry.
Poet, journalist, lawyer and politician. He is the highest representative of the Dominican romanticism and a leading figure of the indigenous movement in Latin America.
Writer and university professor of psychology, philosophy, ethics, and Dominican history.
Dominican writer, historian and politician.
Julia Alvarez, a writer of novels, essays, books for young readers, poetry. You may be familiar with my novels, especially, How The García Girls Lost Their Accents and In the Time of the Butterflies, which was made into a movie produced by and starring Salma Hayek, with Marc Anthony and Edward James Olmos.
Junot Díaz was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and is the author of Drown and The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao which won the John Sargent Sr. First Novel Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award, the Dayton Literary Peace Prize and the 2008 Pulitzer Prize. His fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, African Voices, Best American Short Stories (1996, 1997, 1999, 2000), in Pushcart Prize XXII and in The O'Henry Prize Stories 2009.
Dominican politician and novelist, one of the most genuine representatives of the historical novel in the Dominican Republic and Latin America.
Dominican poet and storyteller. His poetry covers topics on politics, love, social issues and metaphysics.
Pianist, poet and author of plays. A writer of great intellectual capacity. On six occasions he won the Annual Prize for Literature, three in poetry, two in theater, and one narrative.
Afro-Dominican poet, writer, artistic photographer and folklorist based in California.
Dominican writer who, within Dominican literary history, corresponds to the Postwar Generation. He is the first Dominican to graduate in Cultural Administration. He studied at the Latin American and Caribbean Center for Cultural Development of Venezuela. He has a Law Degree Magna Cum Laude, with a Diploma in Copyright and Intellectual Property, and another in International Legal Business.
Visual artist, poet and social activist. Concentrating her creative discourse in a critical and reflective posture, of the experience of knowing herself Afro-descendant, female and Dominican, before a society alienated and self-sacrificing in the heart of the Caribbean.
Dominican writer residing in New York. Silent cultivator of written expression.
Writer and multidisciplinary artist. His main writings include: poetry, narrative, theoretical fiction, film, performance, street theater, and ventriloquism. He has received numerous awards both national and international.
Poet, essayist, scholar, humanist and educator.
Poet, essayist, historian, lawyer and educator. Part of his poetry has been included in major Dominican and Latin American literary anthologies. Mir is the most acclaimed sociopolitical Dominican poet of contemporary poetry.
Online brotherhood of Dominican writers and poets.
Dominican poet, novelist, essayist and journalist. Considered one of the foremost storytellers from the 80's.
Poet and educator. Central figure of the Dominican lyrical and female pioneer of formal education.
Sheilly Nunez official website. Biography, tales, poems and opinions.
Dominican writer, politician and diplomatic.
Bilingual writer and journalist. His fiction in English and Spanish gives voice to characters outside history’s official narrative, as their lives unfold in the margins and they move through landscapes that are at turns outlandish and impersonal.
Bilingual writer and journalist. A native of the Dominican Republic. His fiction in English and Spanish gives voice to characters outside history’s official narrative, as their lives unfold in the margins and they move through landscapes that are at turns outlandish and impersonal. His short stories have been published in various literary magazines and journals.
Narrator, educator, poet and lawyer, considered the best writer of psychological stories in the Dominican Republic.
Dominican poet and writer.