*Manlio Argueta y Jorge Argueta -Tuesday Evening Writers

Palabras de Fuego: Dos Escritores Salvadoreños
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Poeta y novelista, Director de La Biblioteca Nacional de El Salvador, estará visitando San Francisco, CA, para una serie de lecturas y talleres literarios, Mayo 10 al 17 de mayo 2014. Su gira esta siendo organizada por Luna's Press y Talleres de Poesía. Los fondos recaudados serán destinados para el V Festival Poesía Infantil, Manyula, El Salvador 2014.

Jorge Argueta, celebrado poeta y escritor salvadoreño, autor de libros infantiles bilingües. Director de Talleres de Poesía y del Festival Internacional de Poesía Infantil, Manyula, El Salvador.

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Manlio Argueta: Salvadoran poet and novelist, Director of El Salvador National Library will visit the Bay Area, May 10-17, 2014 sponsored by Luna's Press & Bookstore and Talleres de Poesía. As part of his tour he will be hosting Writers Workshops and Presentations. Proceeds collected from his tour will benefit the V International Children's Poetry Festival, Manyula / El Salvador November 2014

Jorge Tetl Argueta is a celebrated Salvadoran poet and writer whose bi-lingual children's books have received numerous awards. He is the director of The International Children's Poetry Festival, Manyula, El Salvador.

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