Article: 19870404013

Title: CONTRIBUTORS

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JUAN CAMERON, 1982 winner of the prestigious Gabriela Mistral poetry prize, lives in Valparaiso, Chile. His most famous book, Perro de Circo (Circus Dog) describing the human condition after the military coup, won the Rudyard Kipling Prize in 1978.
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JUAN CAMERON, 1982 winner of the prestigious Gabriela Mistral poetry prize, lives in Valparaiso, Chile. His most famous book, Perro de Circo (Circus Dog) describing the human condition after the military coup, won the Rudyard Kipling Prize in 1978.

EDMUNDO DESNOES is a Cuban writer whose acclaimed novel, Memories of Underdevelopment (NAL, 1967) was succeeded by a book on photography and visual imagery Para Verte Mejor {The Better to See You) in 1979 (Mexico City: Siglo XXI). He is currently living and working in New York City.

SANDRA ELETA of Panama studied photography with Carlos Montafor and then at the ICP in New York. She is associated with the Archive agency and her first book, Portobelo, was published in 1985 by La Azotea (Buenos Aires).

MARIA EUGENIA HAYA (MARUCHA) is a Cuban photographer, film director and historian living in Havana who is currently working on a history of Latin American photography.

GRACIELA ITURBIDE of Mexico photographs the spirit-life of the Indian peoples. She began taking pictures in 1972 and first visited Juchitan in 1981. Her photographs of Juchitan will be published, along with a text by Elena Poniatowska, in a forthcoming book by Ediciones Toledo (Mexico City).

OMAR LARA, founder of the Chilean literary magazine Trilce, chaired the National Meeting of Younger Poets of 1965, a dramatic cultural turning point which abruptly ended in 1973, when Lara, like so many of his contemporaries, left Chile for exile. A recent recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, Lara has returned to Chile.

SERGIO LORRAIN, a Chilean photographer, was a member of Magnum Photos until 1974, when he stopped taking pictures. A major retrospective book of his work will be published next year in France, Mexico and the United States.

MACARIO MATUS is a Mexican poet and writer of Zapotecan origin, and editor of Guachachi Reza quarterly (Zapotecan for “The Cracked Iguana”).

ENIAC MARTINEZ is a young Mexican photographer working in New York who lived for several years in Havana while his father served as Mexico’s Ambassador to Cuba.

ESTHER PARADA is a photographer whose work has been exhibited at Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Hirshhorn in Washington, D.C., and the Museum of Fine Art, Houston. She teaches at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and her articles on Cuba, Nicaragua, and media representation in Central America have been widely published.

NITA RENFREW, formerly of Le Monde Diplomatique, is a freelance writer for Foreign Policy, Rolling Stone and other periodicals.

MIGUEL RIO BRANCO lives between Rio de Janeiro and Bahia, Brazil. A correspondent with Magnum Photos, Rio Branco began his career as a painter, and has won numerous awards in both cinematography and photography. His book Dulce Sudor Amargo (Sweet Sour Sweat) was published by Rio de Luz (Mexico City) in 1986.

NAOMI ROSENBLUM teaches history at Parsons School of Design in New York. She is co-author of The History of American Art and author of A World History of Photography (Abbeville, 1984).

AGNES SIRE is Director of Special Projects of Magnum Photos, Paris and the editor of Sergio Lorrain’s forthcoming monograph.

EDUARDO VIVEIROS DE CASTRO is a Brazilian anthropologist whose work with the Gorotire Indians has been ongoing for more than a decade.

RAUL ZURITA is a eminent Chilean critic and poet whose experiments with technique, mysticism and structure place him in the vanguard of the writing community in South America.