Antonio Cabrera

Antonio Cabrera was born in Medina Sidonia (Cádiz) in 1958. He is the author of three books of poetry: En la estación perpetua (Visor, 2000), which won the XII Premio Internacional de Poesía Fundación Loewe and the Premio Nacional de la Crítica 2001; Con el aire (Visor, 2004), for which he was awarded the XXV Premio Ciudad de Melilla, as well as the Premio de la Crítica Valenciana 2005; and Piedras al agua (Tusquets, 2010). Between his first two books of poetry, he released his collection of haikus entitled Tierra en el cielo (Pre-Textos, 2001). He recently published the anthology Montaña al sudoeste (Renacimiento, 2014, ed. Josep M. Rodríguez). As anthologist, he is responsible for editing Cimas y abismos (Renacimiento, 2012) by José Luis Parra. He has translated into Castilian poetry volumes and ontology of Gianni Vattimo (University of Valencia, 1993), Friends birds, Josep Maria de Sagarra (Pre-Textos, 2003) and On the lament of Jason, Vicent Alonso (Denes, 2008). Also, his is the volume of prosas The minute and year (La Palma, 2008).