The writer EP and Argentine investigative journalist Jorge Fernandez Diaz signing this collection of stories. A fraught with book of stories with fictional characters inhabit where melancholy and feeling. Its pages bullen stories of great Argentine journalists as Tomas Eloy Martinez, Cristian Alarcon or Martin Caparros. The Argentine writer Jorge Fernandez Diaz pays tribute to the feminine universe in his latest book, more single women in the world (key intellectual). The author is journalist with extensive experience in Argentina, where he worked as Secretary of the newspaper La Nacion. For thirty-two years he has been journalist research and events, political analyst and editor of newspapers and editor of magazines. He was Deputy Director of people and news director. He created and founded adnCultura, the cultural supplement of the newspaper La Nacion of Buenos Aires.
The author of the bestseller chronic breast of the life of his mother who sold 20 editions in Argentina and five in Spain, now tells a story of women subjugated by loneliness. As, for example, that dam that after killing her husband finds her true freedom in jail by reading, or that great journalist who, after having met the most important people in the world, discovered, about to die, that the only important thing of his life it was a love that never was. Journalistic poetry this new book is full of stories full of fictional characters inhabit where melancholy and feeling, rooted in what the author calls the lyrical ability of journalism: that power to construct fictitious narratives masked in the technique of the Chronicle to tell the lives of nonexistent people, but that could have existed. For this reason, this book of stories is first and foremost a tribute to journalism. In its pages bullen stories of great Argentine journalists as Tomas Eloy Martinez, Cristian Alarcon and Martin Caparros, as well as Chronicles on the day of the newsrooms of newspapers and the unrestrained pursuit of the news. Journalism is not accustomed to narrate the feeling of the people, says the writer in the afterword of this volume.
Fernandez Diaz is the author of El dilemma de los proceres: Sherlock Holmes and the mystery of the masked argentino (1997); Fernandez (2006); Hearts unleashed (2007); The lodge of Cadiz, the second life of the flowers, the brotherhood of Honor and MOM (2002). A career recognized in the Latin American author having contained the Columbus Medal, which was awarded the Spanish Government and the Spanish community in Argentina, the Konex Platinum award to the best writer of the Decade and recently the Atlantis, with which the editors of Catalonia awarded his journalistic work in favor of the books. He has been awarded also the Medal of bicentenary (2010) as a reward for his journalistic and literary work. And in 2012 has been decorated by Spain with the cross of the order Isabella the Catholic, in recognition of their contributions to culture and to the friendship of the two countries. * Get a copy of more single women in the world at PopularLibros. See more: A tribute to the feminine universe and journalism in more single women in the world