“Phuyup Yawar Waqaynin” Libromanta

Rimasun Libro Quechua Gladys Camacho Ríos kan lingüista, qillqaq ima Cochabamba-Boliviamanta. Pay qillqaran “Phuyup Yawar Waqaynin” librota. Kay podcastpi pay kutichin Charlie Uruchimap, Emily Thompsonpa (ima) libronmanta tapuykunankunaman. Kay libro riman Gladyspa Tata Faustinu Camacho Sotop llakiy kawsayninmanta, jaqay 1936manta 1970kama, Boliviapi.

Gladys Camacho Ríos es una lingüista y escritora de Cochabamba, Bolivia. Ella escribió el libro: “Phuyup Yawar Waqaynin.” En este podcast Gladys responde las preguntas de Charlie Uruchima y Emily Thompson acerca de su libro. El libro relata la vida triste de Tata Faustinu Camacho Soto, abuelo de Gladys, entre los años 1936 y 1970 en Bolivia.

Gladys Camacho Ríos is a linguist and writer from Cochabamba, Bolivia. She wrote a book: “Phuyup Yawar Waqaynin”, which can be translated as: “The Cloud’s Blood Red Tear.” In this podcast she answers Charlie Uruchima’s and Emily Thompson’s questions about her book. The book is about Gladys’s grandfather, Faustino Camacho Soto, and tells the story of his sad life from 1936 to 1970 in Bolivia.

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Published by Doris Loayza (Wayta Warmi)

I was born in Llamellin-Ancash, Peru, and live in New York City and Bloomington, Indiana. I'm a Quechua and Spanish language teacher. I teach Spanish at Harmony School, a progressive private school, and teach Quechua at Colorado Univeristy-Boulder. I speak variants of Quechua from the Central and Southern regions of Perú. In 2017 I learned basic Lakota language in North Dakota! Because my connection to the Quechua language, I'm very curious to learn other indigenous languages.

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