Mariana Cristina García Salvador (Quito, June 8, 1955 – Quito, 1985) was an Ecuadorian poet, essayist and journalist. Her poetry works include: “De Alfa a Omega” (1972), “Cantos Transparentes” (1974), “De la voz Innumerable” (1977), “Con la prisa de la vida en las manos” (1983), and “Voces para recordar” (1987, published posthumously). As a journalist, she collaborated with some of the country’s newspapers and magazines in the 1970s and 1980s, including El Comercio and Diario Expreso.
She was the daughter of Humberto García Ortiz, a writer and teacher. She was also the niece of María Guillermina García Ortiz, a writer, intellectual, teacher and translator.
She was a journalist and collaborated with some of the country’s newspapers and magazines in the 1970s and 1980s.
- From 1975 to 1981, she wrote in the Sunday Supplement of the Quito-based newspaper El Comercio.
- From 1980 to 1981, she wrote and worked as an editorial assistant, in the Sunday Supplement and the magazine Panorama of the newspaper El Comercio.
- From 1981 to 1982, she wrote and was a correspondent for the Weekly Supplement of the Expreso newspaper.
- From 1982 she collaborated in the Sunday Supplement of the newspaper El Comercio.
- First Prize, in the National Song Contest of the Central Bank of Ecuador, 1978.
She graduated from the School of Information Sciences of the Central University of Ecuador.
- De Alfa a Omega (1972)
- Cantos Transparentes (1974)
- De la voz Innumerable (1977)
- Con la prisa de la vida en las manor (1983)
- Voces para recordar (1987)
- Páginas de ayer y de siempre
- Mariana Cristina García Salvador
- Mariana Cristina García S.
- Mariana Cristina García
- Mariana Cristina Garcia
- Marianita Cristina García Salvador