Tomàs Camacho Molina

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Tomás Camacho Molina
  
Born (1960-10-03) October 3, 1960 (age 61)
Ponferrada, El Bierzo, Spain
NationalitySpanish
CitizenshipSpain
Occupation
  • Poet
  • Professor
Notable work
Ikebanes d'aire

Tomás Camacho Molina was born in Ponferrada, El Bierzo, on October 3, 1960. His family moved to Manlleu (Catalonia) when he was 8 years old. At university he graduated in Geography and history and teaching. He worked as a teacher of Spanish language and literature in Sòl-del-riu High School in Alcanar (Montsià) until his retirement in October 2020, and he is a member of the Pedagogic Renewal Teachers Movement.[1] He is one of the greatest cultural and literary promoters in Terres de l'Ebre, who belongs to several poetical groups.[2][3] As a poet he has been awarded in several contests.[4]

Works[5]

  • Tons i temps. Vic: Emboscall, 1999
  • Els Reguers (amb Adrià Grau Forés). Tortosa: Cinctorres club, 1999
  • Ikebanes d’aire. Barcelona: Clau d’Euterpe, 2000
  • Rotacions. Tarragona : Cuadernos de la Perra Gorda, 2001
  • Angels a terra. Cambrils: Trujal, 2001
  • Nuc 2000. Una mostra d’art postal a Alcanar. Alcanar : Ajuntament d’Alcanar, 2002
  • K & O: poemes kaoistes. Navarrés, 2003

Tomàs Camacho Molina in the Media

     

References

  1. "Qui som". MRP. Retrieved 2020-10-02.
  2. "Alcanar impulsa un nou congrés per aprofundir en la seua història i realitat". ElPuntAvui. Retrieved 2020-10-02.
  3. "Mostra de poesia oberta d'Alcanar". Ajuntament d'Alcanar. Retrieved 2020-10-02.
  4. "Premi del Mèrit de les Lletres Ebrenques 2019 per al professor canareu Tomás Camacho". ebredigital. Retrieved 2020-10-02.
  5. Beaba.info Tomàs Camacho. Retrieved 2020-10-02.

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