Zoé Valdés

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Zoé Valdés at a book fair in Paris, France, in March 2009.

Zoé Valdés (born 1959) is a Cuban writer.[1][2]

She studied at the Instituto Superior Pedagógico Enrique José Varona, but did not graduate. From 1984 to 1988, she worked for the Delegación de Cuba at UNESCO in Paris and in the Oficina Cultural de la Misión de Cuba in Paris. From 1990 to 1995, she was an editor of the magazine Cine Cubano. She lives with her daughter in Paris. She has been married three times: with Cuban writer Manuel Pereira Quintero, with Cuban government official José Antonio González and Cuban independent filmmaker Ricardo Vega, whom she divorced in 2013.

Awards[edit]

Books[edit]

  • 2012 El Angel azul
  • 2010 El todo Cotidiano
  • 2008 La ficción Fidel
  • 2004 La eternidad del instante
  • 2003 Lobas de mar
  • 2001 Milagro en Miami
  • 2000 El pie de mi padre
  • 1999 Querido primer novio
  • 1999 Los aretes de la luna
  • 1999 Cuerdas para el lince
  • 1998 Traficantes de belleza
  • 1997 Café Nostalgia
  • 1997 Los poemas de la Habana
  • 1996 Te di la vida entera
  • 1996 Cólera de ángeles
  • 1995 La nada cotidiana
  • 1995 La hija del embajador
  • 1993 Sangre azul
  • 1986 Respuestas para vivir
  • 1986 Todo para una sombra
  • 1986 Vagón para fumadores

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unmasking Lesbian Cuba Magazine - The Advocate - Oct 15, 2002 - no. 874 - Page 66
  2. ^ Profile on El País

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