Francesca Gargallo

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Gargallo speaking at the presentation of "Mujeres (women) del Salón de la Plástica Mexicana at the Museo de Estanquillo in Mexico City

Francesca Gargallo (born November 25, 1956 in Siracusa, Italy) is a Mexican writer and poet. She studied philosophy in her native Italy at the Università degli studi di Roma and then in the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Gargallo, a naturalized Mexican citizen, has lived in the country since 1979 and has also published many poetry books and novels such as; Calla mi amor que vivo, Estar en el mundo, La decisión del capitán, Marcha seca and many others.[1]

Selected works[edit]

  • Al paso de los días, Editorial Terracota, Ciudad de México, 2013
  • Marcha seca, Ediciones Era, México, 1999, 76 pp. ISBN 9684114540
  • La decisión del capitán, Ediciones Era, México, 1997, 181 pp. ISBN 9684114133.
  • Los pescadores del Kukulkán, Aldus, México, 1995, 67 pp. ISBN 9686830413.
  • Estar en el mundo, Ediciones Era, México, 1994, 135 pp. ISBN 9684113579.
  • Calla mi amor que vivo, Ediciones Era, México, 1990, 147 pp. ISBN 9684113277.
  • Días sin Casura, Leega Literaria, México, 1986, 90 pp. ISBN 9684950357.
  • Días sin Casura, edición digital de Ars Longa, México, 2011, ISBN digital: 6326

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External links[edit]

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