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Salvador Alanis

Author's Bio

Salvador Alanis (Mexico, 1964), is a writer. He has developed his work in the literary arena, as well as in the electronic media. He has been awarded by the National Fund for the Arts in Mexico and has been an artist in residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts. Salvador Alanis was awarded at the Video and Electronic Arts Biennial of Mexico, Vidarte, in 1999. He collaborates with major newspapers and magazines in Mexico, Spain and Canada. He has published "Del Paralaje" (Ediciones del Equilibrista, 1997), "Reojo" (Libros del Dragón, 1998), "Tránsito" (Libros del Dragón, 1999), “Fronteras, Borders” (La mano izquierda press, 2005), “De cuerpo presente”(Artes de Mexico, 2007), and Fragilidad de las Fronteras (K Editores, 2009). His visual work has been shown in several art spaces in solo and group exhibitions. He currently lives in Toronto.

Publications and Prizes

Books:
Del Paralaje (Ediciones Del Equilibrista, 1997)
Chapbooks:
Fronteras / Borders (La Mano Izquierda Press, 2005)
Anthologies:
99 Poemas mexicanos de amor (Grijalbo - Random House Mondadori, 2007), La Table des Matières (Le Quartanier, 2007), Bestiario Inmediato (Ediciones Coyoacan, 2000)
Prizes:
National Fund for the Arts, Mexico. Video and Electronic Media Biennial Mexico

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Listing last updated: August 26, 2009

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings?
Yes
Travels for readings?
Yes
Identifies as:
Mexican
Prefers to work with:
Adults
Fluent in:
English, Spanish
Born in:
Mexico City
Raised in:
Mexico City

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