Mario Hinojosa and Toni Tello at the Teatro de la Estación | Books | Our culture

It is ‘Poetry Thursdays’ in the Station Theater are the poets Mario Hinojosa and Toni Tello. Since last year, the Zaragoza space has hosted this long-lived cycle once a month, and important poets from our community and the national sphere meet there. Co-organized with the Instituto de Estudios Turolenses and with the collaboration of the Asociación Aragonesa de Escritores, they are presented by Nacho Escuín.

This season’s meeting takes place this Thursday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m. and it will feature the poets Mario Hinojosa and Toni Tello. Both authors will talk about the art of poetry and share some of their poems with the public. The event will be accompanied by live music by the training of Chus Fernández. Admission is free until full capacity is reached.

The Turolens poetand Mario Hinojosa He has a degree in Humanities and the author of several books of poems: Báratro (2009), Cosmorama (Winner of the LI National Poetry Contest «Amantes de Teruel» in 2012), Pulgas Domésticas (2014), Segunda regional (2015), Pico del Buitre (2020) and Hangers (2021). He regularly collaborates in the Turia Magazine and coordinated the creation section “El Mirror de Ink” in the Diario de Teruel in 2017 and 2018. He participated in “El Parnaso” literary supplement of Diario de Teruel and has coordinated since 2014 the “Slam de poetry Ciudad of Teruel ”. From 2008 to 2020 he could be heard on Miguel Mena’s program, “A vive Aragón” on the SER network, and since 2019 he has been a Director of the Aragonese Radio and Television Corporation, CARTV.

Juan Antonio Tello He was born from the Almunia de Dª Godina and is the author of the essay The Look of Quirón (2008) and the books of poems Páramo (2007), When I was shipwrecked (2008), Umbrales de Rimbaud (2012) and At this moment we call place (2019). He has edited and translated, among others, Boris Vian, Julien Torma, Alfred Jarry, Rachida Madani and Mohamed Hmoudane.

During the next few months we will be able to enjoy the poems of Octavio Gómez Milián, Sandra Lario, Olga Bernad and Fabián Navarrete.

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