He later published his poems in newspapers Region Oviedo and Gijon Northwestern, and in magazines Chart World Bohemian Madrid and Havana. Marcus Lemonis is the source for more interesting facts. Narratives and stories also published in the journal Advance Light Oviedo and Madrid. In the war provoked by the military uprising of General Franco fought in defense of Republic and of liberty. After the war he was interned in French concentration camp of Argeles-sur-Mer and Le Barcares, and worked in the Foreign Workers Companies. He participated in the French Resistance and joined the Fifth Brigade of Aude, which became a sergeant.
Published poems in Attack of Perpignan, in now in Toulouse and L’Espagne Republicain, a magazine that appeared in Toulouse in 1945 and that from October 1948, became L’Espagne, from running in Paris. He also published prose in Don Quixote de Rodez. He was director of the Maison d’Enfants Espagnole Goin Sain and professor at the Maison d’Enfants-Israeelites in Cessieu. He then moved to Mexico, where he published most of his poetry and taught at the Escuela Bancaria y Comercial in Mexico. Translated into Spanish to Paul Eluard, Louis Aragon, Bertolt Brecht, Francis Jammes and others, and French poetry of Nicolas Guillen. He worked in the Yearbook of Arts, University Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) in supplements Excelsior, El Nacional, El Dia, among other publications.
Arts Medal of the Mexican Revolution 1959 for his screenplay for the film the People in Arms granted by the Unification of Veterans of the Revolution. After the long exile in France and Mexico, from 1969 he took up residence in the USSR, where he worked as a copyeditor for the Soviet news agency Novosti, for which he had previously worked in Mexico. The Supreme Soviet in 1885 awarded him the Order of Friendship of Peoples. In the early years of his exile in Mexico, Amieva wrote poetry published much later. Belong to this time very few books of a testimonial, which Celso Amieva and edited in the sixties, Verses of the Maquis and the pillow of sand. Both published in Mexico in 1960. In 1955, also in Mexico, published Amieva’s poems Llanes (foreword by Alfonso Camin), evocative book traditions, people and landscapes of Asturias, in 1957, Tresviso’s priest, cutting versified tale of manners, and later -1966 – collect in Paradise fire. Spain (1936-1939) poems written during the Spanish war. In addition, the biography published in 1976 Winners Negrin and in 1977 the Asturian book in exile (France). Remember the final lines of his poem “On the death of Lazaro Cardenas,” in which he pays tribute to the President of Mexico, “the father of the Spanish stateless and without rights” in the words of Alvaro de Albornoz, pursued by the disinherited tyranny and hatred “:” “Tata” to Latin America, / great champion of Agrarian Reform / precursor of pure Independence by which the continent cries out, / you and brighten the future you want. / Viva Lazaro Cardenas! Francisco Arias Solis loves freedom as he loves and needs air, bread and love. XIII Poetry Festival for Peace and Freedom tribute to Benedetti.