|Andrés Mariño Palacio|
|Birth|| As November 3 as 1927 . |
Maracaibo , Venezuela .
|Death|| As October 30 as 1965 . |
Caracas , Venezuela .
He began working in sports journalism, in the newspaper El País, where he signed as Pablo Martín. [ 1 ] He worked in other newspapers and magazines, such as El Nacional, El Heraldo, Elite and Fantoches, where he wrote literary chronicles. [ 2 ]
He was one of the founders of the literary group Contrapunto (from 1946 to 1950 ) and director of the magazine of the same name. [ 1 ] This group sought to renew literary values and further develop fiction.
From 2002 to 2008, the Department of Literature of the Government of Zulia State delivered the "Order of Merit to the Andrés Mariño Palacio Literary Stimulus" addressed to young writers in the genres: Narrative, Poetry, Essay, Dramaturgy and Special.
From 2008 to 2012 there was the Andrés Mariño Palacio Foundation, which promoted the memory of the Zulian writer and the talent of the new authors of the region; It was composed of the writers: Luis Guillermo Hernández , Jesús Ángel Parra, Luis Perozo Cervantes , Jorge García Tamayo and Víctor Vielma Molina. [ 3 ]
- 1946 The limit of boredom (stories).
- 1948 The merry evicted (novel).
- 1958 Battle towards the dawn (novel).
- 1967 Essays (Essay).
- Valmore Muñoz Arteaga. « " ANDRÉS MARIÑO PALACIOS OR THE FORGOTTEN WORD " » . sololiteratura.com/. Archived from the original on April 30, 2009 . Retrieved April 24, 2009 .
- Jiménez Emán, Gabriel (1989). Venezuelan stories of the twentieth century . Ayacucho Library Foundation. p. 260. ISBN 980276079X .
- «Literary Web Magazine» . Literary Web Magazine . Retrieved April 17, 2017 .