Reynaldo Luis Sietecase
He works in radio, TV and graphics.
He has worked for almost every media in his home city (Rosario/12 newspaper, LT8 and LT2 radio stations, La Capital newspaper and Canal 5 TV station).
Since 1998 he has been a journalist in Buenos Aires. He was editor in the magazine Veintitrés and columnist for TV shows: Detrás de las Noticias y Día D, both hosted by Jorge Lanata
At present he is in charge of Mañana es tarde, a radio program on Radio del Plata.
On TV, he hosts the Lado Salvaje (América 24) and Tres Poderes (América).
He is also a permanent contributor for Crítica de la Argentina newspaper.
He was awarded the following prizes for his performance as journalist:
2005 – Martin Fierro Award for the best journalist perfomance on radios other than Buenos Aires radios.
2006 – Martin Fierro Award for the best journalist performance on radio.
2006 his TV show Lado Salvaje was awarded the Martin Fierro prize as the best news show on cable TV.
2008 – Eter Award for the best journalist performance on radio.
He is the author of the book of chronicles El viajero que huye [The traveler running away] (Homo Sapiens 1994—Second edition 1997) and Bares [Coffee bars] (1997, Editorial Fundación Ross).
He has published six books of poetry:
Y las cárceles vuelan (1986, Ediciones Cooperart), Cierta curiosidad por las tetas (1989, Torres Agüero Editor), Instrucciones para la noche de bodas (1992, Torres Agüero Editor), Fiesta rara 1996, Torres Agüero Editor – Special mention at the National Award on Poetry for the period 1996-99), Pintura negra (2000, Ediciones Ameghino) and Hay que besarse más (2005, Ediciones En Danza).
He is also author of the novel Un crimen argentino (2002, Alfaguara) and of the book of tales Pendejos (2007, Alfaguara).