María Cristina Azcona

María Cristina Azcona is an Educational Psychologist, poetess, novelist and peace researcher. Her articles, reviews, poems and short stories are continuously published in many newspapers, magazines and anthologies around Argentina, UK, India, US, and other countries.Since 1980, she works as a psychotherapist specialized in Forensic Psycho diagnosis, listed by the American Biographical Institute (ABI) in their international directory “Experts & Expertise”. US -She was born in Buenos Aires City, Argentina, where she lives joined to her family. In 1998, she won First Prize in the poetry contest by the Academic Circle of Argentinean Writers and finalist in many contests of poetry by different literary institutions -She has written  as author and coauthored about sixteen books: In Spanish :there are two poetry collections “Dos Talles Menos de Cerebro” (1999) and “Mundo Postmoderno”  (2000), both books fully illustrated by the author herself. A novel “La Voz del Ángel” (2002) and a self help essay, “Estar de Novios Hoy”, (2003), this one written jointly with her husband, Ernesto Castellano.A peace poetry collection called “Window to Heaven” in January 2005 and “A Guide to find peace” a 300 pages -essay and bilingual poems book, January 2008 –Both books published by Cyberwit, Allahabad, India.

Books By María Cristina Azcona