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 Koldo Campos Sagaseta 
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Koldo Campos Sagaseta
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Koldo Campos Sagaseta

 

Born in Pamplona (Basque country) on April 14, 1954, he studied law, poetry and theatre and has published the books of poems, Miermelada, The Chusma Herald y La Caja Negra, as also the works of theatre ¡Hágase la mujer!, La verdadera historia del descubrimiento de América, El rey Necio, La mujer de los aplausos, and pieces of café-theatre such as La Dama de las Camelias...parte atrás. He has also written film scripts, children’s stories and short stories.
 
He was awarded the Gregorio Aguilar Barea poetry award in Nicaragua (1984), where he participated in the literacy brigade in 1980 and worked as an ideas man in the national propaganda system of the Sandinistas in 1984. He also won the poetry award, La tertulia del Patio, in 2001 in the Dominican Republic.






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