Marta Agudo

Marta Agudo Ramírez (Madrid, 1971) is the author of three collections of poetry: Fragmento (Celya, 2004), 28010 (Calambur, 2011) and Historial (Calambur, 2017). She holds a Ph. D in Hispanic Studies with a thesis on the prose poem and the fragment in Spanish 19th Century Literature and has co-edited the anthology Campo abierto. Antología del poema en prosa en España (1990-2005) (DVD Ediciones, 2005). She has also translated the work of Catalan poet Joan Vinyoli and written a biographical account of Spanish poet José Ángel Valente concerning his Madrid years for the book-length study Valente vital (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela). In 2010 she co-edited with Jordi Doce a volume of essays on the work of Valente, Pájaros raíces. En torno a José Ángel Valente. Her poetry has been included in several anthologies, most notably Poesía Pasión (ed. Eduardo Moga), Palabras sobre palabras. 13 poetas jóvenes de España (ed. Julio Espinosa) and Sombras di-versas (Diecisiete poetas españolas actuales (1970-1991) (ed. Amalia Iglesias).