Pedro Gil Flores

Pedro Gil Flores

Pedro Gil Flores (Manta, May, 18, 1971) is an Ecuadorian poet and short story writer. His poetry books include Paren la Guerra que yo no juego (1989), Delirium Tremens (1993), Con unas arrugas en la sangre (1997), He llevado una vida feliz (2001) and Sano Juicio (2003), 17 Puñaladas no son nada (2010) and Crónico, Poemas del Siquiátrico Sagrado Corazón (2012). In 2014 Gil published a book of short stories titled El príncipe de los canallas (2o14). He has directed a writing workshop at the Eloy Alfaro Lay University of Manabí (ULEAM). He has been called the “Ecuadorian Rimbaud” by the literary historian Hernán Rodríguez Castelo. He has coordinated the poetry workshop of the Portoviejo branch of the House of Ecuadorian Culture.

Documentary on Pedro Gil Flores

Uploaded to Youtube in 2014.

Latin American Dialogue – What do poets read?

32nd annual Santiago International Book Fair. What do poets read? It is an invitation to reflect and explore the reading history of the poets Pedro Gil Flores (Ecuador), Juan Cristóbal Romero (Chile) and Javier Martínez (Argentina). Cámara Chilena del Libro. FILSA 2012.

A documentary on poet Pedro Gil Flores, who speaks about his drug addiction and living in a rehab center.

Youtube in 2019.

Works

Poetry

  • Paren la guerra que yo no juego (1989)
  • Delirium Tremens (1993)
  • Con unas arrugas en la sangre (1997)
  • He llevado una vida feliz (2001)
  • Sano Juicio (2003)
  • 17 Puñaladas no son nada (2010)
  • Crónico, Poemas del Siquiátrico Sagrado Corazón (2012)
  • Pánico en el bosque de las nulas (2015)
  • Bukowski, te están jodiendo (2015)

Short Story

  • El príncipe de los canallas (2o14)

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