Ximena Gautier Greve


Ximena Gautier Greve was born in Santiago de Chile in 1944.


Schooling: Graduated Psychologist Master Degree (University of Chile); PhD Social Psychology and Psychopathology (University of Paris VII, France); DEA Experimental Psychology (University of Paris X, France).

Interpretation Higher Degree Piano (University of Chile); Master of Musicology (University of Paris VIII, France); Fully-qualified Teacher of Education Musical and Choral Music (Ministry of Education, CAPES, France)


Profession: Clinical Psychologist; Music Therapist in Special School for Intellectual Disability; Teacher in High School and University.

Now she is retired and is dedicated to poetry.


Publications: Several books of Poetry; books on Psychology of Music and one book about Clinical Psychoanalysis. Selected in many anthologies in Spanish, French and English.Several digital e-book format.



XIMENA GAUTIER GREVE (No comprehensive bio-bibliography).

French - Chilean Poet, established in France. Psychologist and pianist. She writes her first poems at seven years old. At the age of thirthteen, she published "Poemas de ruta" prefaced by the Chilean poet Juvencio Valle, and surprises Latin American review with her lyricism. At sixteen, she published "Dagaug, exaltation of a teenager," prose-poem (in Santiago), foreword of the literary critic John de Luigi and prolegomena from Armando Salas GAMARRA ("The Sun", Cuzco, Peru); Homer BASCUÑAN(magazine "Athena", Santiago); and Alfonso SOLA GONZALEZ, Argentinean poet.

"Duerme Pablo", poetry, (1964) .with letter-preface of Juana de IBARBURU, Uruguayan poet. Poetry recitals in Santiago, Mendoza, Buenos Aires, Paris. Participant in Folk Art Fair (Santiago Forest Park against the stems of the Mapocho river), with greatest literary figures of Chile. Before 1973, several Poetry Awards. Piano Award at University Artistic Festival (Santiago, Chile,1970)

Professor of Psychology of Music and Psychologist in the Faculty of Music (University of Chile) ; Professor of Psychology of Learning and of Educational Psychology in the University of Heredia (Costa Rica). Psychologist, music therapist and teacher working for the National Education in France.

Selected in the Anthology of French Poets (paper), directed par DESFORGES ANDRE, in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012.

LAST INTERNATIONAL PRIZES :

First Prize of Poetry in the Mediterranean Festival, award of United Poets Laureate International in the World Congress, Larissa, Greece, 2011. ( With poem « Let us laugh comrad »)
First Prize of Poetry, award of United States representation at Writers World Union for Culture, Ecology and Peace, 2016. ( with poem « Albertina », to Alfonsina Storni)
Poetry Award and publication in International Book "XIII PUENTE DE PALABRAS - 2016", granted by Poetry Contest MercoSur. (With poem « Tupac Amaru Kondorkanqui », poetic narration about fallen of last survivor Inca)


BIOBIBLIOGRAPHY OF XIMENA GAUTIER GREVE
© Poemas de Ruta, 1957

© Dagaug, exaltación de una adolescente, 1961.

© Duerme Pablo, poesías, 1962.

©  Efectos de un entrenamiento ritmo-auditivo en el desarrollo motor del niño. Tesis de Grado para el título de Psicólogo. Universidad de Chile. 1972.
©  Apprentissages très précoces des sons - L'initiation au piano des tout petits. (Mémoire Maîtrise ès Musicologie (Master) Université de Paris. 1993.

©  Le Complexe de Dionysos. Mémoire de 3ème cycle. Doctorat Psychologie social et Psychopathologie. Université de Paris. 1992.

©  Réquiem por Chile, poesías. 2001.

©  Apología Mapuche (amparo por los mapuche de Chile), poesías. 2004

©  Plaidoyer pour les indiens Mapuche du Chili, poésies, 2004.

©  La rama quebrada, poesías del exilio. 2005.

©  El Curandero, poesías de la resilencia.  2006.

©  Poema de la Trágica Muerte de Pablo Neruda o el Nerudicidio. Paris, 2011.

© La masacre del estadio Chile o el asesinato de Víctor Jara, Ediciones Apostrophes, 2013, prólogo de Luis Arias Manzo y de Carlos Amador Marchant.

ANTOLOGIAS (en lengua francesa).

© Poésies du Rêve, rêves de poésie. Dirigée par André Desforges. France.

© Poésies en Liberté, liberté de la poésie. Dossiers d'Aquitaine. France.

© Poésies du Monde, monde de la poésie. Ed. Dossiers d'Aquitaine. France.
© Poésies du Temps, temps des Poètes. Dossiers d’Aquitaine. France.
ANTOLOGIES (en lengua inglesa).
© Word Poetry 2011, Anthology. Edited United Poets Laureate International World Brotherhood and Peace through Poetry.
ANTOLOGIAS (en español). Recuento no exhaustivo.
© Desde todo el silencio. Tomo III. Coordinación Norma Segadas-Mejías. Editorial "Los puños de la paloma". Movimiento Internacional de Escritoras. 2009
© Antología "Un poema a Pablo Neruda" Homenaje Natalicio 106. Editado por Alfred Asís. Isla Negra 2010.
© "Con las manos pintadas de poemas" Antología Hispanoamericana de Arte Poético. Parnassus, Patria de Artistas, Ed. Dunken. Buenos Aires. 2011
© "El rostro secreto de Eros" Antología Hispanoamericana sensual. Marisa Aragón Willner. Ed Dunken. Buenos Aires. 2011
© "Tributo a Violeta Parra". Dirigida por Jaime León Cuadra. Canadá, 2011.
© « Mil poemas para Pablo Neruda » Alfred Asís. Isla Negra. 2011.Chile.
©  « Homenaje a César Vallejo ». Centro Vallejiano de Santiago de Chuco, Perú.
© "Antología Miguel Hernández". Anuesca. España. 2013.
LIBROS DIGITALES:

©Réquiem por Chile (Tetralogía del Destierro, tomo 1) http://fr.calameo.com/books/000617708ee7bd06a67c7
©Chile mon amour (Tetralogía del Destierro, tomo 2)

©La rama quebrada o Pasión del Destierro (Tetralogía del Destierro t.3)  

©Passion des Bannis

© El Curandero (Tetralogía del Destierro, tomo 4)





© El mundo visto por dos mujeres ( tomo I) http://www.calameo.com/read/0006177082913bc703723
© El Poema de la Trágica Muerte de Pablo Neruda o El Nerudicidio

© La masacre del estadio Chile o el asesinato de Víctor Jara