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Pedro Sotillo

Pedro Sotillo was a Venezuelan writer, journalist, and poet. He was a distinguished member of the Generation of 1928 and co-founder of several well-known magazines such as El Ingenioso Hidalgo and valvula.

Pedro Sotillo was born in San Jose de Unare, Venezuela, in 1902. In 1928, Sotillo and several other young writers, including Arturo Uslar Pietri, Miguel Otero Silva, Nelson Himiob , Juan Oropeza, Fernando Paz Castillo, Gonzalo Carnevalli, among others, founded the literary magazine valvula. valvula was considered the official voice of the Venezuelan vanguardistas.

In 1935, Pedro Sotillo founded another magazine, El Ingenioso Hidalgo, along with his friends Arturo Uslar Pietri, Julian Padron, and Alfredo Boulton. Later, in 1939, he published his first work, Andanzas. Other works would follow suit, La Calle y Los Caminos in 1951, and Caminos nocturnos, in 1956.

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