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Marisol Flamenco

Mari Estilo
Founder
Washington, DC
Fashion and Content Creator from El Salvador, living in Washington DC. Founder of Mari Estilo. She has dedicated her life to her passions: writing, acting and teaching. Her publications include the story “The blind and my woman” published in New York City’s Noticias Literarias (2007) and Letralia (2009). Her poetry has appeared in the publications Viva mi gente in San Francisco, California, and Letras anónimas in Mexico City. An excerpt from her story “Deaf Sky, Mute Earth” appeared in the anthology 100+ Real Stories, published by U.S.-based CBH Books. She is author of “Kinyal de Pasiones.” Two of her poems form part of the “Poets Against Violence” anthology from El Salvador. In 2011, her story “The Ugliest” was published in the magazine Contra Cultura in El Salvador. She worked locally as an actor, instructor and assistant director at Teatro de la Luna, collaborated with Eventos VIP Pass magazine, presented the segment "Dónde Está El Mambo" in Buenos Dias DC (Univision) and Cartelera VIP in DC Contigo (Univision) . She was also a scriptwriter for the TV series “La Casa de los López” which broadcasted in her native El Salvador on Channel 27.
She is the Artist Director of Donate Life's Festival Por La Vida since 2012, Artist Director of Partido de las Estrellas (DC United) and Special Olympics El Salvador Ambassador in the United States.
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