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Born in Masatepe inhe published his first book, Centerfiederin With the triumph of the Revolution inhe became part of the Junta of the Government of National Reconstruction, where he presided over the National Council of Education. He was elected vice-president of Nicaragua in and was sworn in He has since become retrospectively critical of certain Sandinista policies that he views as having turned the country against the FSLN.
He made an unsuccessful bid for president on the MRS ticket in He recently won the “Carlos Fuentes” prize, awarded by Mexico, in recognition for his life long work.
He currently lives in Managua but travels extensively because of his many commitments as a writer. He married his wife, Gertrudis “Tulita” Guerrero Mayorga, in centeerfielder He has three children: His first book, published three years later, was just a collection of stories, but the following, published inwas a full-length novel.
Since then, he has alternated these genres with essays and journalism. His international breakthrough came in when he won the Alfaguara Prize with his novel Margarita, How Beautiful the Sea.
Inhe founded La Quincenaa political journal based in Managua that would be published for ten years.
He has taught at the University of Maryland from to and again inand has been visiting professor at various major universities in the United States and Europe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Sergio Ramírez, 50 años de carrera literaria – La Prensa
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