Osvaldo Bazán

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Osvaldo Bazán is an Argentine journalist and writer. He studied journalism at the National University of La Plata in Argentina. In addition to having published several plays and theater scripts, in his professional career he has worked in radio, television, and newspapers such as Página/12 and Perfil, for the magazines Noticias, Espectador and Veintitrés, and was pro-secretary of the Culture and Entertainment section of the newspaper Critica de la Argentina. Additionally, he participated as a panelist in the program Medio a Medio on Canal Todo Noticias and currently hosts his program Dulces y Amargos on National Radio.



…And One Day Nico Left (… Y un día Nico se fue) is Osvaldo Bazán’s first work and he later turned it into a musical comedy.  The author is also an active advocate of LGBT rights, an activity for which he was distinguished by organizations in Argentina. This distinction rewarded Bazán’s work “for having spread a positive image of the gay movement in the media.” He is the author of the first comprehensive history of homosexuality published in Latin America.