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IN THIS EPISODE:
The Atomic Spectra
(Los espectros atómicos)
A spectrum (plural spectra or spectrums) is a condition that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary, without steps, across a continuum."
— from The American Heritage Dictionary
JOAN JOSEP BARCELÓ i BAUÇÀ (SPAIN)
(Palma de Mallorca, Spain) Joan studied humanities and science at the Universities of Barcelona, the Balearic Islands, Madrid and London. Author of numerous poetry books in Catalan and Italian, his work has been translated into English, German, Portuguese, Albanian and Spanish. Winner of numerous literary awards, Joan developed a style characterized by surrealism and abstraction, referencing a dreamlike and mythical world, both spiritual and carnal, in search of a revolutionary concept. Through his writing over many years, he explores this realm. “The search for infinity makes us nomads, looking for a moment of tenderness, a desire to find the only beings who have the keys to become the covalent bonds of a life that goes beyond our very existence. Poetry takes the force of time and becomes a fury of blood that allows us to live more intensely and be reborn after the womb of the mother of whom we are between sparks."
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ESTEBAN CHARPENTIER (ARGENTINA)
(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Esteban Charpentier is an author and community poetry organizer. Esteban has published many books of poetry, including: Taller de memorias, La otra luna, El jinete de tu galope de risas; Queridos poetas Homenaje a los poetas de España, Final poético; Me lo pedía el corazón; Me alejo Charpentier; El marinero Bengalí; and La poesía es un alma cansada de futuro. He also wrote books of prose: No seré Marido pero tengo un remís, Aguafueres porteña,Ya nunca me verás como me vieras. Co-Editor of the International Poetry Anthologies of poets from five continents: OÍR ESE RÍO (poems about water) and ARBOLARIUM (poems on the theme of trees), Esteban has also organized book fairs, and has conducted for 20 plus years a radio program about poetry: Maldita Ginebra y Denserio.