Paúl Puma

Paúl Puma

Paúl Puma is an Ecuadorian poet, playwright, and literary critic. He was born in Quito in 1972. He has a master’s in Latin American literature from the Simón Bolívar Andean University, Ecuador, and a PhD from the University of Alicante, Spain. Among his best known works are the poetry book Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala (winner of the Aurelio Espinosa Pólit Prize, 2002), and the science fiction theatre piece Mickey Mouse a Gogo (winner of the Joaquín Gallegos Lara Prize, 2017). In 2017 Puma published El tesoro de los llanganatis (The Treasure of the Llanganates) with an English translation by Jonathan Simkins.

Interview with Paúl Puma (2017)

Interview on the radio show La Loca de la Casa. 2017.

Mickey Mouse A Gogo by Paul Puma

A production of Mickey Mouse A Gogo by Paul Puma at the Superior Academy of Arts of Bogota, Colombia. Directed by Professor Sandra Ortega. 2011.

Paúl Puma reads his poem MISCHA (2004)

Poem MISCHA by Paúl Puma presented in the Prometeo Theater of the House of Ecuadorian Culture, (2004)

El tesoro de los llanganates by Paul Puma – Spanish Audiobook

Audiobook of “El tesoro de los llanganatis” (“The Treasure of the Llanganatis”) by Paúl Puma with voice of Michelle Valdiviezo.

Poetry

  • Los versos animales (1996)
  • Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala (2002)
  • B2 (2016)
  • La célula invisible (2018) with Ernersto Carrión

Play

  • Mickey Mouse a Gogo (2001)​
  • El tesoro de los llanganatis (The Treasure of the Llanganates) (PUMAEDITORES, 2017), English translation by Jonathan Simkins.

Nonfiction

  • Literaturas del Ecuador (2017)

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