The Madrid poet

Guadalupe Grande,

daughter of the poets

Félix Grande and Francisca Aguirre,

has died in Madrid at the age of 55.

Graduated in Social Anthropology from the Complutense University of Madrid, Guadalupe Grande published books of poetry such as

El libro de Lilit

, (Renaissance, Rafael Alberti Prize 1995);

The fog key

(Calambur, 2003);

Maps of wax

(Poesía Circulante, Málaga, 2006);

Hotel for hedgehogs

(Calambur, 2010).

As a literary critic, he collaborated in various cultural newspapers and magazines and in the field of publishing and

cultural management he

worked in various institutions.

The poet

Fernando Beltrán has highlighted to Efe the great sensitivity of Guadalupe Grande

and has indicated that she was one of the most sensitive and beloved authors of her generation.

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