Josep Carles Laínez

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Josep Carles Laínez
Born 1970
Valencia, Valencia province, Valencian Community, Spain
Occupation Writer
Literary movement Asturian language literature, Aragonese language literature

Josep Carles Laínez (born 1970) is a Spanish writer who lives between Valencia, Spain and Encamp, Andorra. A graduate of the University of Valencia in Catalan and Spanish Philology and Audio-visual Communication, his main interest is in European minority languages,[1] and he has published original books and/or articles in Catalan, English, Spanish, Occitan, Aragonese and Asturian. He is currently the Editor-in-chief of the literary-philosophical quarterly journal Debats.

In his book of poetry Música junto al río (Music by the River, 2001), he uses a dialectal Valencian-Aragonese from the region of his parents. His book La piedra ente la ñeve (The Stone in the Snow, 2010) is notable as the first Latter-day Saint-related book published in Asturian and the first to use the Deseret alphabet for a language other than English.[2] He has also published a translation of aphorisms from the Asturian into the Spanish language (Ene marginalia, 2003).[citation needed]

Laínez is a columnist for the Andorran newspaper El Periòdic d'Andorra, and has been a visiting professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, University of Puerto Rico, Hofstra University of New York and Komazawa University of Tokyo.

Publications[edit]

In Spanish[edit]

Poetry

  • Exotica martyria, Valencia: Ojuebuey, 1991
  • Música junto al río, Valencia: Llambert Palmart, 2001. ISBN 84-931682-2-X

Fiction

Non-Fiction

In Catalan[edit]

Poetry

  • Dionysiaka, Alzira: Germania, 1995
  • Anxia, Alzira: Bromera, 2001

Drama

In Asturian[edit]

Poetry

Drama

In Aragonese[edit]

Poetry

  • En o gudrón espigol xuto, Teruel: Sur Edizions, 1991.
  • Aire de liloileras: (peruigilium veneris), Uesca: Consello d'a Fabla Aragonesa, 1992. ISBN 84-86036-40-2
  • A besita de l'ánchel, Uesca: Consello d'a Fabla Aragonesa, 1994. ISBN 84-86036-50-X
  • Bel diya, Uesca: Consello d'a Fabla Aragonesa, 1998. ISBN 84-86036-72-0

References[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Ballester Añón, Rafael, “Poetas de los noventa”, in PosData, Levante-EMV (Valencia, December 1992).
  • Barrero, Miguel, “Josep Carles Laínez medita nun llibru sobre l’espíritu de Castiella”, in Les Noticies, 573 (February 2008), p. 17.
  • Bellveser, Ricardo, Vita Nuova. Antología de escritores valencianos en el fin de siglo, Valencia: Ajuntament de Valencia, 1993, pp. 231, 236.
  • Bolado García, Xosé, “El Surdimientu. El Teatru”, in RAMOS CORRADA, Miguel (coord.), Historia de la Lliteratura Asturiana, Oviedo: Academia de la Llingua Asturiana, 2002, pp. 706–707.
  • Cepero I Salat, Carles, “Introducción a un ensayo sobre la evolución de la poesía aragonesa”, in NAGORE LAÍN, Francho, Francho Rodés & Chesús Vázquez, Estudios y rechiras arredol de a luenga aragonesa y de a suya literatura, Huesca, Instituto de Estudios Altoaragoneses, 1999, pp. 283–298.
  • Eito Mateo, Antón, "Breve acercamiento a la poesía aragonesa contemporánea", in Ianua, 1 (ISSN 1616-413X).
  • Llopesa, Ricardo, Poetas Valencianos del 90. Antología y diccionario, Valencia, Instituto de Estudios Modernistas: 2000, pp. 29–31, 102.
  • Nagore Laín, Francho, “La llengua aragonesa: entre l’extinció i la normativització”, in Miquel-Àngel Pradilla Cardona (coord.), Calidoscopi lingüístic. Un debat entorn de les llengües de l’Estat, Barcelona, Octaedro, 2004, pp. 215–244.
  • Parra Ruiz, Cristofo Ch., “Os haikus en a poesía feita en aragonés”, in NAGORE LAÍN, Francho (ed.), Terzera trobada d’estudios e rechiras arredol d’a luenga aragonesa e a suya literatura, Huesca, Instituto de Estudios Altoaragoneses-Consello d’a Fabla Aragonesa, 2004, pp. 279–296.
  • RodrÍguez Magda, Rosa María, “La poesía en aragonés de Josep Carles Laínez: Generación X, American way of life y posmodernidad”, in Nagore Laín, Francho (ed.), Terzera trobada d’estudios e rechiras arredol d’a luenga aragonesa e a suya literatura, Huesca, Instituto de Estudios Altoaragoneses-Consello d’a Fabla Aragonesa, 2004, pp. 379–386.

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