Tuesday , 23 January 2018
Argetinian poet Santiago Kovadloff was awarded by the Argentine Scottish Rite Council

Argetinian poet Santiago Kovadloff was awarded by the Argentine Scottish Rite Council

The Argentine Scottish Rite Supreme Council awards Santiago Kovadloff with its Golden medal

 

Argentine Scottish Rite Supreme Council in Buenos Aires hosted a special ceremony, where Santiago Kovadloff was awarded the Golden Medal of the Supreme Council of Argentina In a ceremony presided by MWGM Angel Jorge Clavero, Kovadloff received the highest Masonic honor in recognition for his work as poet.

 

Santiago Kovadloff was born in Buenos Aires in 1942. The military dictatorship forced him to give up his university career. Today, he lives and works in Buenos Aires as a writer and lecturer in philosophy and literature. As a poet and essayist, he is regarded as one of his country’s most outstanding intellectuals. He has repeatedly taken a stand in the press on political and cultural issues. Since 1994, he has been writing for the German and Spanish edition of Lettre International. Kovadloff has been awarded important prizes for his works; in 1992 he received the First National Prize for Literature.

(source:  Masonic Press Agency APMR, http://masonictimes.blogspot.ro/2012/09/the-argentine-scottish-rite-supreme.html)