|Name Poldy Bird||Role Writer|
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Poldy Bird (born 1941) is an Argentinian writer, who has made poems and collaborations in several newspapers of Argentina and the world.
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She was born in Paraná, in the province of Entre Ríos, Argentina, but as a girl she lived in Buenos Aires. She was only eight years old when her mother died in a train accident. This tragic episode marked her life, but also signaled her destiny as a writer.
At the age of thirteen she won a poetry contest. At the age of sixteen, she had already published her first short story, and the following year she began to publish, in a professional way, poems and texts in important magazines, both for Argentina and the world.
Apart from producing texts aimed at children and young people, she worked as the director of the magazine “Vosotras”, which she transformed into a well-known magazine for womanly publications. Because of her great literary skills, Poldy Bird has been awarded several international prizes, for example the “Santa Clara de Asís” and the “Premio Mundial Consagración de la Literatura”.
Among her most famous texts are “Cuentos para Verónica” (in honor of her first daughter), “Cuentos para leer sin rimel”, “Nuevos cuentos para Verónica” and “Cuentos con niebla”. Regarding the first book “Cuentos para Verónica”, some sources say that it is one of the most sold Argentine publications, after the “Martín Fierro”, with a record of two million books sold just in Argentina. Besides, it is known for it being the first Argentinian book to be translated into Japanese.
During the last few years, Poldy Bird has worked as a collaborator in several graphical and radial media, such as the Argentinian magazine “Única” and “Radio Miami”, from the United States of America.