Álvaro Pombo

Álvaro Pombo García de los Ríos (born 23 June 1939 in Santander, Cantabria, Spain) is a Spanish poet, novelist and activist. Born in Santander, Cantabria, he studied at the Complutense University of Madrid and received a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy at Birkbeck, University of London, where he lived between 1966 and 1977. His first book of poetry, Protocolos, was published in 1973, and four years later he won the El Bardo prize for his 1977 Variaciones. Returning to Spain that year, he published a collection of short stories, Relatos sobre la falta de sustancia, many of which contained homosexual characters and themes. Pombo was elected to seat j of the Real Academia Española on 19 December 2002, he took up his seat on 20 June 2004.

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Where was Álvaro Pombo born?

Álvaro Pombo was born in Santander.

How would Álvaro Pombo be described?

Álvaro Pombo would be described as Spanish writer.

What is the gender of Álvaro Pombo?

Álvaro Pombo is male.

When was Álvaro Pombo born?

Álvaro Pombo was born on 23.06.1939.

What is Álvaro Pombo subject of?

Álvaro Pombo is subject of 20th-century Spanish poets, Complutense University of Madrid alumni, LGBT writers from Spain, 1939 births, Alumni of Birkbeck, University of London, Gay writers, LGBT poets, Living people, Members of the Royal Spanish Academy, Spanish male novelists, Spanish male poets, 21st-century Spanish poets, Union, Progress and Democracy politicians, 20th-century Spanish novelists, 21st-century Spanish novelists, Cantabrian writers and People from Santander, Spain.