Alicia Minjarez Ramírez is member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Sahitya Anand

Alicia Minjarez Ramírez is member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Sahitya Anand 

Sahitya Anand is proud to have Alicia Minjarez Ramírez from Mexico as an honorary member of the Editorial Advisory Board.

About Alicia,
Poet, Translator, Singer, University Professor, Editor, Broadcast locution Radio and T.V.
She was born in Tijuana Baja California, Mexico. She studied a Master Degree in Computer Science, specialization in Artificial Intelligence. Master Degree in Computer Science at the University of Montpellier II, France.
Awarded with the Medal of the International European Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters EASAL (2018) at Paris, France.
Awarded “Pride of the Globe” WNWU Kazakhstan (2017).
Awarded “Inspirational Universal Poet” Pentasi B. World, India (2017).
Awarded with the Third place in the International Poetry Contest “Under the Footsteps of Léopold Sédar Senghor with her French poem “Eloignements” at Milan, Italy, December 2016 recognized by UNESCO and United Nations.
Winner of an award in the International Poetry Prize NOSSIDE, Italy November 2016 recognized by UNESCO with her poem: “Lontananzas”.
Winner of a medal and special mention in the International Poetry Prize NOSSIDE, Italy 2015 recognized by UNESCO with her poem “It rains”.
Winner of the Universal Inspirational Poet Award in Pentasi B. World Friendship Poetry at Africa, Ghana 2016.
Her poetry was awarded in Spain in April 2015, Winning a second place with her poem: ”Foggy Solitudes”.
She was considered among the poets on the XXI Century World Literature Book, Presented at New Delhi, India with Internationally renowned poets and writers, 2016.
She is President for Mexico in the International Writers Association IWA BOGDANI in Albania. Mexican Director in Writers Capital International Foundation, an International foundation to inspire writers across the world to contribute to the values of humanity.
President for Mexico in the International World Nation Writer’s Union Kazakhstan.
Coordinator and simultaneous translator French- Spanish- English at CUPHI III on the III Congress of Universal Hispano-American Poetry in Los Angeles, California, 2014. Participation in the 34th World Congress of Poets at Peru 2014. She participated in more than 50 International Poetic Anthologies at Chile, Macedonia, Italy, Spain, Mexico, USA, India, Tunisia, Taiwan, Poland, Argentina and Canada. Her poems have been published in International Journals and Reviews, such: Ila and Taourirt at Morocco, “The Poet” at Tunisia, Galaktika Poetike “ATUNIS” in Albania, Gazeta Nacional in Albania, Peaking cat poetry in London, Chinese language Monthly at Taiwan and the famous magazine OKAZ in Saudi Arabia.
Her poems have been translated into English, Albanian, Cameroonian, Arabic, Portuguese, Chinese, Italian, Taiwanese, Polish, and French. Have had read on International Poetry Recitals in severals Countries around the world, and transmitted in National and International Radio programs.
In the field of translation, she has collaborated with International Poets and Writers providing versions of their literary works. Her translations were published in magazines and newspapers in: London, Italy, Albania, Taiwan, United States, Morocco, Chile, Spain, Canada, India, Uzbekistan and Hazaristan.
Member of the select International Group PENTASI B. WORLD FRIENDSHIP POETRY created by the father of the visual poetry: Doctor Penpen B. Takipsilim.
She speaks: French, English, Italian and Spanish.

Welcome aboard, Looking forward to a great literary association.

Warm Regards,
Shivputra Kanade
Sunita Paul

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