Tamara Mejía Molina

Tamara Mejía Molina (Guayaquil, 1987) is an Ecuadorian poet and art critic. She is the author of several books, including “Esto soy yo, Marakaramazov,” “Historia esculpida de Manuel Velastegui,” and “Últimos días de una herida,” and has written more than 20 art criticism articles for cultural newspapers. Molina’s work as a poet has brought her international recognition, and she has been invited to participate in various poetry festivals in Ecuador and abroad. In 2022, her poetry book “Últimos días de una herida,” was awarded the Ileana Espinel Cedeño Poetry Festival Award.


Tamara Mejía Molina holds a Master’s degree in Art Criticism from the Universidad Nacional de las Artes in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she specialized in media diffusion of the arts. She also obtained a degree in Pedagogy of the Arts from the Universidad de Guayaquil in Ecuador.

Selected works

  • Esto soy yo, Marakaramazov
  • Historia esculpida de Manuel Velastegui
  • Últimos días de una herida

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