LAS REGLAS DE LA POESÍA CONTEMPORÁNEA (THE RULES OF CONTEMPORARY POETRY) by Cecilia Pavón
125 x 190mm, 84 pages, black and white, perfect bound, softcover, 2022
"I don't know why people hate television
, I love the life of celebrities
, they get divorced and fight to move on,
they want to have a true life ,
they want to love and have children
and they also want to give everything to their audience.
All those intellectual people who criticize them
have never had a "fan"
and have no idea what it feels like to
be admired and loved.
Television brightens my night
when I'm tired of working
and it brightens my aunt's life
who lives alone and has no children.”
Cecilia Pavón (Mendoza, Argentina, 1973) is a writer, translator, editor
and plastic artist. Together with Fernanda Laguna, she founded the iconic Belleza y Felicidad publishing house and gallery in 1999. Her books have been translated into English, French, Portuguese and German and have appeared in various countries in South America and the world. Among her most recent publications are Once sur (2018), Good Ghosts (2019) and La libertad de los bares (2020).