Congratulations!! From Puerto Rico … Ana Lydia Vega!
The short story writer, novelist and columnist joined a select group of writers like Luis Rafael Sánchez, Mayra Montero, Mario Vargas Llosa, Elena Poniatowska and sisters Luce and Merceded Baralt in receiving an honorary doctorate from the Universidad de Puerto Rico at Arecibo, Cristina del Mar Quiles reports for Primera Hora.
This Friday, writer Ana Lydia Vega received a doctorate honoris causa in Human Letters from the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo for her contributions to literature, conferred as part of the Fifth International Congress of Literature, the Individual and Society in Spain, the Americas and Puerto Rico.
The short story writer, novelist and columnist thus joined a select group of fellow recipients such as Luis Rafael Sánchez, Mayra Montero, Mario Vargas Llosa, Elena Poniatowska and sisters Luce and Mercedes López Baralt, previously recognized by the UPRA.
With the humor, openness and humility that characterize her, Vega accepted…
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