Biography of Concepción Teresa Alzola (1930-VVVV)

Storyteller and Cuban poet, born in Marianao on February 19, 1930. Doctor in philosophy and literature from the University of Havana, was Professor of historical grammar of the language at the Central University. He/She currently resides in Spain.

He became interested in the children's traditions of his native country, as evidenced by his book entitled Folklore of the Cuban child. Collected and selected folktales of their country, many of them adapted to children's literature. He/She wrote short stories as the cute Ladybug and Ladybug the Fea and Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday, three. As a poet, published Noah. In addition, he/she composed a romantic story entitled Firpo.