Rolando Kattán is a poet, bibliophile, editor and cultural activist. He has published five books of poetry and received honorable mention from the Ruben Dario Poetry Award. His work has been partially translated into French, English, Italian and Arabic and has come out in many magazines and anthologies published in the Americas, Europe and Asia. He was recently accepted as a member of Hondura’s Academia de la Lengua. He is currently president of the museum, Museo del Hombre Hondureño. Kattán hosts the national television talk show Economía y Cultura. He was the founder and co-editor of the project Leer es Fiesta, which consisted in the free distribution of one million books. He also co-founded one of the most relevant cultural projects of the beginning of the 21th century in Honduras, PaisPoesible. Rolando owns the most important collection of Honduran literary and history books in Honduras, and recently founded the itinerant museum Honduras Ex-Libris, based on his collection. In 2011, he received the Premio al Voluntariado Cultural collectively awarded by the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Sports, the Embassy of Spain in Honduras, the Volunteer Program of the United Nations, and United Nations Developmental Program and has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the OHTLI Award, one of the highest awards given by the Government of Mexico.