Maria Cristina Azcona Biography Maria Cristina Azcona is an argentine novelist and poetess. She is also writer and editor. She has received two university degrees in: Psycho -pedagogy and Family Counselling, one in Argentina and the other in Spain. Since then, she works as a Psychotherapist in Buenos Aires. In 1998 she won First Prize in poetry at one of the most important contests of her country, organized by the Argentine Centre for Development of New Authors, (C.A.D.D.A.N.). Since that moment she wrote four books in Spanish, (two of poetry, a novel and an essay) and has participated in many international anthologies around the world, especially at USA, India and Spain. “Centro de Estudios Poéticos” (MADRID-SPAIN) has published her poetry four times in their international anthologies in Spanish. Nowadays, she writes articles to printed publications like: “Spirit, a magazine designed for the diverse woman”,” The Taj Mahal Review”(an international literary journal), Biffs Quarterly, and others around India and USA. She is also Editorial Advisor to the printed publications: “The Taj Mahal Review” and to the following anthologies of poetry: “The Golden Wings”, “Voyages”, “The Still Horizon” and many other published by Cyberwit.net. She is Editor and Editorial Advisor to “Niche Anthology Series” and has edited the anthologies: “Mundo Hueco”, “Música del Alma” (Latin American authors) and “Dark Street and Other poems” by Nikesh Murali. To whom she has also translated the book “Mist” to Spanish. Her poems specially “Family Abuse” and “Peaceful Agony” have been finalists in innumerable contests around the world. Recently invited by ROWE PUBLISHING (London, UK) to be EDITOR to Authors Incorporated (A resource for authors).