Carlos Aganzo/Spain, 1963
Carlos Aganzo (Madrid 1963) is a Spanish writer and journalist with an extensive literary career, recognized in 2012 with the National Award for Lyrics Teresa of Avila. As a poet, his the author of the poems Ese lado violeta de las cosas, Manantiales, Como si yo existiera, La hora de los juncos, Caídos Ángeles, Las voces encendidas, Las flautas de los bárbaros and En la región de Nod, for which he has won major awards, including the International Poetry Prize Jaime Gil de Biedma or the University of León and Ciudad de Salamanca. He is also the autor of several books of travel, like Rutas por las juderías de España, which are currently being filmed televisión documentary format. Is member founder of Critics Award of Castile and León, besides belonging to the Poetry Academy San Juan de la Cruz. Chronicler of jazz for twenty years, he has collaborated with his lyrics with musicians such as Jorge Pardo and Amancio Prada. As a journalist he has been director of the film magazine "Interfilms" and rotating "La Voz de Huelva", "Journal of Avila" and "El Norte de Castilla", dean of the Spanish press.