Galaviz Yeverino

yeverino galavizGalaviz Yeverino is a science fiction and fantasy writer, specializing in science fiction poetry. He was born in Monterrey, Nuevo León, México where he works as a Administrator, Sales & Engineering Services of telecommunications. He studied Licenciado en Informática Administrativa in FACPYA at the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León.

In 2012 Fernando has published with the Mexican editor Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León “Cuadrántidas” (scifaikus and short poems of science fiction, bilingual edition, Spanish/english) and “Mundos Remotos y Cielos infinitos” (poetry and Tales of science fiction).

He has published literary work in:
Urbanario Letras desde el Norte No. 10.
Papeles de la Mancuspia No. 60.
Revista Oficio No. 302, Vol. XXIII.
Libro “Verso Norte 2011 Bitácora de Voces”. (Posdata Editores/UANL, 2012).
Libro “Cuadrántidas” (UANL, 2012).
Libro “Mundos Remotos y Cielos Infinitos” (UANL, 2012).

He has taught workshops of science fiction literature in La Casa de la Cultura de Nuevo León and Fondo de Cultura Económica (Librería Fray Servando Teresa de Mier).

He coordinates literary events (cultural promoter) for La Casa de la Cultura de Nuevo León (CONARTE), Escritores Independientes Capítulo Monterrey (EICAM) and Jornadas de Detectives y Astronautas (designed by Joserra Ortíz).

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