Ricardo Pau-Llosa

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Ricardo Pau-Llosa (* 17 de mayo de 1954, La Habana, Cuba, vive en Estados Unidos desde 1960). Escritor, poeta y crítico de arte cubano-americano, uno de los pioneros de la crítica de artes visuales latinoamericanos en Estados Unidos y Europa.

Emigró a Miami después de la Revolución Cubana donde se graduó en la Belén Jesuit Preparatory High School prosiguiendo estudios en diversas universidades americanas como Florida International University (BA, 1974), Florida Atlantic University (MA, 1976), y la University of Florida (1978-1981).

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  • Bain, Carol E., Jerome Beaty and J. Paul Hunter, eds. The Norton Introduction to Literature. 6th edition. New York: W. W. Norton, 1995.
  • Chávez Rivera, Armando, Cuba Per Se: Cartas de la Diáspora, Spanish-language interviews with Cuban writers, Miami: Ed. Universal, 2009.
  • Collins, Billy, ed. 180 More Extraordinary Poems for Every Day. New York: Random House, 2005.
  • Dick, Bruce Allen, ed. A Poet's Truth: Conversations with Latino and Latina Poets. Tucson, Arizona: U Arizona Press, 2003.
  • Frank, Patrick, ed. Readings in Latin American Modern Art. New Haven, Connecticut & London: Yale University Press, 2004.
  • Hernández Cruz, Víctor, Leroy V. Quintana and Virgil Suárez, eds. Paper Dance. New York: Persea Books, 1995.
  • Luís, William. Dance Between Two Cultures: Latino Caribbean Literature Written in the United States. Nashville: Vanderbilt U Press, 1997.
  • Milián, Alberto. “Defying Time and History: Ricardo Pau-Llosa." Interview, Manoa, 15.1 (2003).
  • Pau-Llosa, Ricardo. Clarence Holbrook Carter. New York: Rizzoli, 1989. With Frank Trapp and Douglas Dreishpoon.
  • ________. Rafael Soriano: The Poetics of Light. Miami: Ediciones Habana Vieja, 1998.
  • ________. “To Dwell in Passing: The Art of Hugo Consuegra" in Hugo Consuegra. Miami: Ediciones Universal, 2006.
  • ________. “The Music of the Eye, or the Emergence of the Thaumaturgical Object" in Olga de Amaral: el manto de la memoria (Olga de Amaral: The Mantle of Memory). Bogotá: Ediciones Zona & Seguros Bolívar, 2000.
  • Pérez, Rolando,“Ricardo Pau-Llosa (1954-).” The Encyclopedia of Caribbean Literature. Vol. 2: M-Z. Ed. D.H. Figueredo. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006.
  • Shapard, Robert and James Thomas, eds. Sudden Fiction International (Continued). New York: W. W. Norton, 1996.
  • Viera, Joseph M. Entry on Ricardo Pau-Llosa. The Continuum Encyclopedia of American Literature. Steven R. Serafin, ed. New York & London: Continuum, 2003.

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