Fundar como vocación: "encuentro" con Pío Serrano

Saborido, Emilio José Gallardo
April 2009
Confluencia;Spring2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p120
Academic Journal
An interview with Cuban publisher, journalist, poet, and professor Pío Serrano is presented. Serrano discusses his professional relationship with Cuban writer Jesús Díaz, his experiences working at the publishing house "El Puente" and the publication "El caimán barbudo," and his views on the article "El largo brazo de Castro" by César Leante about the publication "Encuentro."


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