Ernesto Navarro is a Social Communicator. He has worked in print, radio and television media and as a correspondent for international media. For his work he has been the recipient of the Simón Bolívar National Journalism Award (2015); the Aníbal Nazoa Metropolitan Journalism Prize (2008 and 2011) and was conferred the Francisco de Miranda Presidential Order (2003), among other regional and municipal recognitions and awards.
He recently launched his first novel, Puerto nuevo, in which he narrates contextualized stories in an oil camp and here he shares his favorite readings.
Recommends, Papillon by Henrie Charriere, "It's super Classic and it's about a man's fight to the death for his freedom."
Around the World in 80 Days, by Jules Verne, "is the first book that, in adolescence, transported me to fantastic places."
The collection of poems by Indira Carpio Olivo Frutos Extraños, "is of an amazing literary force and a mixture of writing techniques that could well be: book, theater or film."
He continues with the Complete Works, by José Antonio Ramos Sucre, "His poetry creates impossible worlds that he allows us to peek into."
And it ends with Living to tell it, by Gabriel García Márquez, “to which I have returned 20 times to cherish the ways of telling that I learned from my grandmother and my mother.