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Vicente García-Huidobro Fernández (January 10, 1893 – January 2, 1948) was a Chilean poet. He is known for promoting the avant-garde literary movement in Chile, and as an exponent of the literary movement called Creacionismo [Creationism].
- Hallali: poeme de guerre, Jesús López, 1918,  pp. Poems. (Spanish),(French)
- Manifestes, Manifeste, Manifest, Manifes, Manife, Manif, Mani, Man, Ma, M, Paris: Editions de la Revue Mondiale, 1925, 110 pp, KHZ. (French)
- Altazor, Madrid/Barcelona/Buenos Aires: Compañia Ibero Americana de Publicaciones, 1931, 111 pp. (Spanish)
- Altazor, or, A Voyage in a Parachute (1919), a Poem in VII Cantos, trans. Eliot Weinberger, Saint Paul, MN: Graywolf Press, 1988, 167 pp. (Spanish)/(English)
- with Hans Arp, Tres inmensas novelas (Arcachón 1931), Santiago: Zig-Zag, 1935, 83 pp, PDF. (Spanish)
- Gilles de Raiz, Totem, 1932; repr., Jose Corti, 1988. (French)
- Total: contribución a una nueva cultura 1, Summer 1936. (Spanish)
- Huidobro's biography on MemoriaChilena (Spanish)
- The Poet is a Little God: Creationist Verse by Vicente Huidobro, Riverside, CA: Xenos Books, 1990.
- Huidobro at donQuijote.org