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Entrerrianas committed to regional literature

Entrerriana feminine literature had its distinction in that province, in an event that managed to bring together Pimentel, Nicolini and Paoli.

  Marta Pimentel   ,   Zulma Nicolini   and   Graciela Paoli   were distinguished as Outstanding Women of Entre Ríos. The three artists have something in common: their favorite tool for producing art is   deed   . They have different styles, prose or verse, but the editorial is their specialty. Great references and workers in entrerriana literature.

Marta Pimentel is the founder of Pluma y Martillo magazine, also of the radio program   Let's talk about Latin America   . In addition to his passion for writing,   plastic arts   are also a specialty for her. Each of his artistic productions is a manifestation of the soul, says Pimentel. It was gratifying for her that   entrerriana literature   recognize his career and cultural life of more than 30 years.

  Graciela Paoli   says that these awards are important, since literary participation is a silent and unpaid task, demonstrating that love is often what drives entrerriana literature. He highlighted this space proposed by the Legislature, as it allows socializing and showing works by artists who are not famous. For the member of “Lucería”, this is a stimulus to continue promoting new spaces and events for the dissemination of entrerriana literature.

Zulma Nicolini, was surprised to be among the distinguished literaries. Nicolini has been doing an important job, he has managed to bring together almost 1000 writers in the SADE subsidiary of Gualeguaychú. He affirms that recognition of entrerriana literature, but above all women, drives others to follow the cultural path.

Recognition

This recognition of the Legislature has neglected the centralist criteria and recognized   writers   of all the   country   . In addition to recognizing entrerriana literature, he also did so by focusing on women as artistic producers. Promoting the creation of spaces for dissemination and the incentive to write literature in the country.

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