Posted by: Diana Ferraro | 11 January 2010

Miguel Brascó

Born in the Argentine province of Santa Fé in 1926, Miguel Brascó spent his first twelve years of life in Patagonia. Many of his extraordinary poems and his novel Querido Huacho have the Patagonian imprint of spiritual sensuousness. A prestigious journalist, the starter of too many to count refined magazines, Brascó is one of the most endearing characters in Buenos Aires, and an icon of good taste in wine, food and literature. Above all, a poet, who has introduced a couple of generations of journalists into the art of good writing and, by now,  several generations of Argentines into the art of good living.


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