It also serves as host of Republican Official Radio and secretary of the New Cinema magazine. Befriended by Hungarian photojournalist Kati Horna, with which he is a collaboration that would continue in exile. When the war is on the road of exile in France passes shelter Les Mages (Gard) and the concentration camp of Argeles-sur Mer. In July 1939, traveling from France to Veracruz, Mexico, aboard the ship Ipanema, accompanied by her husband. “It was for this literary debut, I would not write about my personal problem,” says Silvia Mistral-itself, which is why it was put on Ricardo Mestre, Vilanova and la Geltru, director of the newspaper that was published in the war Catalunya and cultural curator at the front. ” In Mexico collaborates in various publications Adventure, where he published several short stories, The Libertarian anarchist publication Cuban, Iberian Community … getting to become a columnist for the newspaper Excelsior. Use other literary pseudonyms Silvia M.
Robledo, Ana Maria Muria and Maria Luisa Algarra. Colony sells door to door. Returns to the film critic in the magazine Art and Silver. Iberian Interlude published in 1978, working in collaboration with Campio Carpio, Bartoli and Fabraga Molins. Writes romance novels, like Violeta Imperial, a great success, and tales of the mermaid’s tail (1983), Mingo, the child of the band (1985), Chinese Cinderella (1986) and The witch dressed in pink (1988) . In his later years part of the Animal League Defense of Mexico. We end this brief sketch with a paragraph of his diary, written on July 8, 1939, when he stepped on Mexican soil, which did not return ever: “We come with the hope of starting a life shattered by the horrors of war. We are all poor.
We bring only the memory of the things we wanted to form and lost in war or in the exodus. We still have the soul, elevated and purified by the anguish of exile, the desire to recover what was lost, for us and for those who are groaning under the mantle of the fatal tragedy. ” Francisco Arias Solis … we must live with the satisfaction of having contributed our little bit to the great universal work that means the liberation of men. (Phrase Salvochea Fermin glossed in the book: 102 reasons to remember Salvochea).