Manrique (Ardila), Jaime

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MANRIQUE (ARDILA), Jaime

MANRIQUE (ARDILA), Jaime. American (born Colombia), b. 1949. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Biography. Career: Eugene Lang College, NYC, part-time faculty member, 1988-93; New School for Social Research, writer in residence, 1989-91; Goddard College, Plainfield, VT, associate professor, 1992-94; Mt. Holyoke College, visiting professor, 1995; Columbia University, NYC, adjunct assistant professor, MFA program, 1998-99, associate professor, 2002-. Publications: NOVELS: Colombian Gold, 1983; Latin Moon in Manhattan, 1992; Twilight at the Equator, 1997. POETRY: Scarecrow, 1990; My Night with Federico Garcia Lorca, 1997; Tarzan, My Body, Christopher Columbus, 2001. OTHER: Eminent Maricones: Arena, Lorca, Puig, and Me, 1999. Address: PO Box 2480, New York, NY 10108, U.S.A.