Carmen Amaralis Vega Olivencia, Puerto Rican from Mayagüez, completed a Master's Degree in Nuclear Chemistry in 1972, and is a PhD, Ph.D. in Physical and Analytical Chemistry from the University of Florida in Gainesville, USA. 1975.
For the last 43 years she is a Professor of Chemistry at the Mayagüez University Campus of the University of Puerto Rico, where she carries out her teaching and research work in the area of Electrochemistry, directing research projects on medical and forensic applications.
She combines these activities with a rich cultural work, both in the field of literature, as in other artistic and artistic occupations: Founder of the Symphony Orchestra of Mayagüez, president of the organizing committee of the International Book Fairs Eugenio María de Hostos that are celebrated every two years in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.
Carmen has published 9 literary books, all edited by La Editorial Escarcha Azul, of Mérida, Venezuela: Espectros de caricaturas de mi alma (poetry, 1995), Mystical mirror (poetry, 1996), Comarca de sol y luna (Children's tale, 1996) , Tattooed eyes (poetry, 1998), Nostalgy in bewilderment / Spectrum of mystical eyes (poetry, 2004), Life and magic, environments and spells (stories, 2005), Horizons of Infinite Flights (chronicles and stories, 2010), Counterpoints in Delirio (poetry, 2014) and Celestial Contrapuntos (poetry, 2016)
Tireless traveler around the world, her lemma is: Friendship is my religion. She is an anthologist for her literary work in Spain, Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Panama, Dominican Republic, USA, Puerto Rico and Peru.
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