Júlio Mendonça

Julio Mendonça is a poet; he hold a PhD in Communication and Semiotics at the Pontifical Catholic University (PUC) of São Paulo, is a specialist in Public Management (UFABC) and coordinates the Haroldo de Campos Reference Center at Casa das Rosas. He has been director of the “Department of Cultural Actions” in São Bernardo do Campo and consultant at “Pólis”, Institute of Studies, Training and Advising in Social Policies, participating to the Santo Amaro em …Read More

Augusto de Campos

Augusto de Campos (São Paulo, Brazil, 1931) is a poet, translator, literary and music critic. In 1951 he published his first book of poems, O rei menos o reino [The King Minus the Kingdom]. In 1952, with his brother Haroldo de Campos and Decio Pignatari, he launched the literary magazine Noigandres, the origin of the Noigandres Group which initiated the international movement of concrete poetry in Brazil. The second issue of that magazine (1955) contained …Read More

Julio Reija

Julio Reija (Madrid, 1977) is a textual, visual and oral poet, born and raised between the prosperous and optimistic Madrid of the 80’s and its ominous system and nervous breakdown during the 90’s, has been publishing poetry —his and others’— since 1997, when he cofounded entonces, Revista de Creación y Recreación, where poetry, prose, translation and visual arts came together. His artistic backbone, in his opinion, is the poeticity of everyday’s life — natural, material, …Read More

Abraham Gragera

Abraham Gragera (Madrid, 1973) has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Salamanca. He has also studied psychology, philology and humanities. He has been included in numerous anthologies of contemporary Spanish poetry. He has published the collections of poetry Adiós a la época de los grandes caracteres (Pre-Textos, 2005), El tiempo menos solo (Pre-Textos, 2012), “El Ojo Critico” Award by RN in 2013, and O Futuro (Pre-Textos, 2017), “Best Book of the Year” …Read More

Ángela Segovia

Ángela Segovia (Ávila, 1987) is a poet. She is the author of three poetry collections: ¿Te duele? (V Premio Nacional de Poesía Joven Félix Grande, 2009), de paso a la ya tan (ártese quien pueda ed., 2013) and La curva se volvió barricada, Premio Nacional de Poesía Joven 2017 (La uña rota, 2016). She also translated the book CO CO CO U by Luz Pichel (La uña rota, 2017). Her research activity works with connections …Read More

Guillermo Carnero

Guillermo Carnero (Valencia, 1947) holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics and a Bachelor and a PhD in Hispanic Philology. He has been Professor of Spanish Literature at the University of Alicante from 1986 to 2012. Since 2013 he is a member of the Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies of the University of Salamanca, and since 2014 is an honorary professor of the University of Valencia. He has been a professor at the North American …Read More

María Victoria Atencia

María Victoria Atencia (Malaga, 1931) is a poet whose first publications appeared in Malaga as non-venal, limited editions, printed on paper she were used to make in her own house. This peculiar way of publishing her early works as well as the fifteen years of silence in between her first two books, Arte y parte (1961) and Marta & María (1976), could have been the reason why her name has usually been omitted in the …Read More

Clara Janés

Clara Janés (Barcelona 1940) is a Spanish well-recognised poet, writer of several genres and a distinguished translator of different central European and eastern languages. Since 2015, she occupies the “U” seat in the Royal Spanish Academy, becoming the tenth woman elected as a member of the RAE. Her love for literature, especially poetry, started at an early age. She studied with Professor José Manuel Blecua at the University of Barcelona. After the death of her …Read More

María Eloy-García

María Eloy-García Málaga (1972) holds a Degree in Geography and History. He directed the International Poetry Festival of Malaga, Irreconciliables, in 2012 and 2013. Her poetry work has been translated into German, English, Italian, Portuguese, Galician, Croatian, Greek and Catalan. Her published poetry collections are: Diseños experimentales (Malaga, 1997); Metafísica del trapo (Madrid, 2001); Cuánto dura cuanto (Almería, 2007); Cuánto dura cuanto, (2ª edición), Almería, 2010; Quanto dura quanto (Lecce, 2011); Los cantos de cada …Read More

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 …Read More