Manuel Rosario

Biography

About the Author:

Manuel Rosario was born in the Dominican Republic.

Rosario Rodríguez studied communication in the Dominican Republic, where he earned the diamond category when the veteran social Communicator Otto Rivera directed that institution. Rosario Rodríguez begins his career of Journalism at (UTESA) Universidad Tecnológica de Santiago, (Technological University of Santiago). He leaves the university and moves to the United States of America in 1989. In Edison, NJ he continues his studies at Middlesex County College in the 90s. Later, in 2010 he earned an Associate of Arts in Journalism at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, PA. He obtained in 2013 his BA in Political Science at Kutztown University, in Kutztown, PA.

Other books: Poems (1993), My Poetic World (1996), 33 Red Roses Drowned In Dilemma Of Love (1999) −nominated as poet of the year for the International Society of Poetry; Revelations, Carnival Of The Heroes, and First Manifesto Scientific To The Consciousness (2003), Polivalent Woman (2005), Canto Infinito A La Mujer (2007).

The poet Rosario Rodríguez has given several lectures at different universities: Rutgers University, invited by SED Sociedad Estudiantil Dominicana (Student Dominican Society); UAPA University, invited by Dominican College Of Journalists, invited by the Journalist Nicolás Esteban Santos; CUNY University, invited by Press Conference of Latin America and its President Amin Cruz; UCC College, invited by Doctor José Adames.

The poems of Rosario Rodríguez appeared in the books “The Lasting Joy”, of The National Library of Poetry in Washington, wrote by: Frank Mitchell (1998); and in “Sueños Secretos” (Secret Dreams), of Poetic Center of Madrid, wrote by: Manuel López Rodríguez (2005). Rosario Rodríguez wrote to the bachata singer Jessy Rose who won Lo Nuestro Award Tropical Artista Femenina 2016 of Univision, 5 songs: No Tengo Palabras, La Trinchera Del Amor, Falso Amor, El Baile De La Culebra, and Te Amo. He also wrote “Tell Me That”, a song included in the CD America released by HillTop Records in Los Angeles, California.

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Books

Mago
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 91,500. Language: English. Published: July 10, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Prince of magic Mago who was powerful in his past life now arises as the only human-god in the Civilization of Comsmoplante after he defeats evil’s daughter Rebecca The Witch who eats children worldwide.

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