Fernando Nieto Cadena

Fernando Nieto Cadena

Fernando Nieto Cadena was an Ecuadorian poet. He was born in Quito on March 29, 1947 and died in Villahermosa, Mexico on March of 2017. In the 1970s he founded the literary group Sicoseo, which consisted of writers such as Fernando Artieda, Jorge Velasco Mackenzie, Jorge Martillo and Raúl Vallejo. In 1978 he moved to Mexico, returning to Ecuador on only two occasions. In 1989 he was awarded the Jorge Carrera Andrade Prize for his poetry book Los des(en)tierros del caminante.

Education

Video tribute to Fernando Nieto Cadena

Video semblance of the Ecuadorian poet Fernando Nieto Cadena, made as a tribute, during FULTABASCO 2015, carried out by UJAT.

The XI Carlos Pellicer Cámara Ibero-American Poetry Conference (Mexico) with Ecuadorian poet Fernando Nieto Cadena, Parts 1, 2, 3

Part 1 – Universidad Tecnológica de Tabasco (Technological University of Tabasco), 2015.
Part 2 – Universidad Tecnológica de Tabasco (Technological University of Tabasco), 2015.
Part 3 – Universidad Tecnológica de Tabasco (Technological University of Tabasco), 2015.

Works

Selected Poetry Books

  • Tanteos de ciego al mediodía (1971)
  • A la muerte a la muerte (1973)
  • De buenas a primeras (1976)
  • Prólogo para la introducción de una imposible elegía a un gatoglobo por más señas (1977)
  • Somos asunto de muchísimas personas (1985)
  • Los des(en)tierros del caminante (1989)
  • Duro con ella (1996)

Short Stories

  • Si quieres los vuelvo a escribir (1971)

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