Paulina Jaramillo Valdivieso (Loja, 1963) is an Ecuadorian poet, writer, and children’s literature author. She has authored six books, including “Mitos que madrugan al sol” and “Estatura de tiempo y convergencia,” which reflect both her personal experiences and Andean heritage. Her father, the poet Alfredo Jaramillo Andrade, was a significant influence in her life. Her work in literature has earned her several accolades, including recognition as a distinguished woman in literature from the Ecuadorian Committee for Cooperation with the Inter-American Commission of Women in 2009. Additionally, she has served as the coordinator of the Alfredo Mora Reyes Cultural Center for the past 15 years and hosts a cultural radio program called “Escenario.”
Honors and recognitions
- Second mention, medal, and publication in the “Binational Festival of the Lyre and the Pen.” Loja, 2005.
- Distinguished woman in literature, awarded by the Ecuadorian Committee for Cooperation with the Inter-American Commission of Women. Loja, 2009.
- Matilde Hidalgo de Procel Merit Award. Manta 2009.
- Honor Mention and publication in the Floral Games of Ambato. Ambato, 2012.
- Mitos que madrugan al sol
- Estatura de tiempo y convergencia
- Cáscaras de lluvia
- El duende infantil
- Cartílago Adentro
- Sonoridad del Algodón
- El duende poeta