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En el aire, en el viento, en la nada

On the silent winds of an immense unreality, I pour my clumsy words into a mistaken philosophy. It is the one that comes and arrives stunning everything; that my poor senses and indecisive perception - lack logic, functionality. It's like now; everything has become alien - mundane, that between words and meanings my inspiration may be an irrationality or madness.

Genre: Art, Diaries, Drama, Fantasy, Fiction, History, Horror, Mystery, Non-Fiction, Philosophy, Poetry, Romance
Year:
2017
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Jorge Luis Diaz Granados Lugo

Jorge Luis Diaz Granados Lugo, better known as J.L. Diazgranados is a Colombian writer, poet, artist, voice actor, video game developer, musician and composer. He was born in Santa Marta, Colombia. In his childhood he showed interest in writing as a curious, troubled, restless and imaginative child. He began writing and reciting poems for special or commemorative events at the Liceo Celedón school where he graduated as a bachelor. At the end of 2010 he began to write more focused poems as a literary genre. He graduated as a Technologist in video game development at Sena, excelling in several arts. He took first place at Tecnobot 2012 developing a video game in three days. For 2014 he participated as a voice actor playing the antagonist of the story "The Man with White Gloves" in the short film Control Z. By 2022 he began his career as a musician and composer publishing his first works. more…

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