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Ángela Segovia 

18.03.23
  / 31.03.23
Ángela Segovia (Ávila, 1987) is a Spanish poet. She studied publicity and got her bachelor’s degree in theory of literature and comparative literature. She has published the books of poetry ¿Te duele? (V Félix Grande Youth Poetry Award, 2009), De paso a la ya tan (2013), La curva se volvió barricada (published 2016, recipient of the 2017 Spanish National Literature Award for youth), Amor divino (2018), Pusieron debajo de mi mare un magüey (2020), Mi paese salvaje (named best book of poetry in 2021 by Las Librerías Recomiendan), and the novel Las vitalidades (2022). She also translated the book CO CO CO U by Luz Pichel (2017). From September 2014-September 2015 she was a creative intern for the Madrid City Council at the Residencia de Estudiantes. In 2019 she received a scholarship from the Villalar Foundation, and the book she wrote in the process, Jara Morta, was recently published by La uÑa RoTa. For years she has worked in collaboration with composer Irene Galindo Quero, and she has presented some of her pieces at spaces like the CA2M Museum, the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea Conde Duque or Teatro de la Abadía.

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Ángela Segovia 

18.03.23
  / 31.03.23
Ángela Segovia (Ávila, 1987) is a Spanish poet. She studied publicity and got her bachelor’s degree in theory of literature and comparative literature. She has published the books of poetry ¿Te duele? (V Félix Grande Youth Poetry Award, 2009), De paso a la ya tan (2013), La curva se volvió barricada (published 2016, recipient of the 2017 Spanish National Literature Award for youth), Amor divino (2018), Pusieron debajo de mi mare un magüey (2020), Mi paese salvaje (named best book of poetry in 2021 by Las Librerías Recomiendan), and the novel Las vitalidades (2022). She also translated the book CO CO CO U by Luz Pichel (2017). From September 2014-September 2015 she was a creative intern for the Madrid City Council at the Residencia de Estudiantes. In 2019 she received a scholarship from the Villalar Foundation, and the book she wrote in the process, Jara Morta, was recently published by La uÑa RoTa. For years she has worked in collaboration with composer Irene Galindo Quero, and she has presented some of her pieces at spaces like the CA2M Museum, the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea Conde Duque or Teatro de la Abadía.

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