|English Phonetics||Javier Tinajero Rodriguez|
|Sort Name||Rodriguez, Javier|
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Javier Tinajero Rodríguez was born in Mexico City. He started writing when he was 17 years old when a friend gave him Altazor, a little book of poetry by the Chilean writer Vicente Huidobro.
He published his first collection of poems in 2014 titled Párpados y pájaros and presented it at La casa del Poeta "Ramón López Velarde" and at UNAM in San Antonio, Texas.
At the beginning of 2015, he wrote some poems with Julio Medellín and Eduardo Medina to be read aloud. The result is in a small book entitled: Poemas para encontrar el tiempo en una tarde de viernes. This work triggered a change in his writing and a year later led to the publication of a collection of poems on transience: El tiempo rueda.
Now he is writing an essay on the correlation between identity and poetic work, in addition to other experimental projects such as the intervention of books (Blackout poetry) and a journal of haikús (Haikusimios). (Adapted from Source Apr 6, 2021)
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