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Mercedes Cebrián

04.12.23
  / 20.12.23
Mercedes Cebrián (Madrid, 1971) has published the memoir on music and gastronomy ‘Cocido y Violonchelo’ (Literatura Random House 2022), three books of poems printed by Bella Varsovia (‘Muchacha de Castilla’, ‘Malgastar’ and ‘Mercado común’), and the novels printed by Random House ‘El genuino sabor’ and ‘La nueva taxidermia’, among others. Her new book, a chronicle on gastronomy and travel entitled ‘Letonia hasta en la sopa’, will be published in February 2024 by Col&Col. Her stories, poems and essays have appeared in Letras Libres, The Indian Quarterly, Poetry London, Gatopardo, Modern Poetry in Translation and Diario de Poesía (Buenos Aires). She often collaborates with Letras Libres magazine, with the El País newspaper supplements El Viajero and Babelia (Spain), and the La Vanguardia supplement Cultura/s. She has a monthly gastronomy column in the newspaper The Objective. She has also translated Sigrid Nunez, Alan Sillitoe, Miranda July and Alain de Botton from English into Spanish, and Georges Perec from French into Spanish. She has been a resident writer at the Spanish Academy in Rome (2006-2007), the Civitella Ranieri Centre in Italy and the MALBA museum in Buenos Aires, among other institutions. She holds a Master’s Degree in Hispanic Studies (literature and cinema) from the University of Pennsylvania (USA). In 2018 she was a guest editor at the Caballo de Troya imprint (Penguin Random House). In 2022 she wrote and presented the program ‘Música de principio a fin’ on Radio Clásica (RNE).

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Mercedes Cebrián

04.12.23
  / 20.12.23
Mercedes Cebrián (Madrid, 1971) has published the memoir on music and gastronomy ‘Cocido y Violonchelo’ (Literatura Random House 2022), three books of poems printed by Bella Varsovia (‘Muchacha de Castilla’, ‘Malgastar’ and ‘Mercado común’), and the novels printed by Random House ‘El genuino sabor’ and ‘La nueva taxidermia’, among others. Her new book, a chronicle on gastronomy and travel entitled ‘Letonia hasta en la sopa’, will be published in February 2024 by Col&Col. Her stories, poems and essays have appeared in Letras Libres, The Indian Quarterly, Poetry London, Gatopardo, Modern Poetry in Translation and Diario de Poesía (Buenos Aires). She often collaborates with Letras Libres magazine, with the El País newspaper supplements El Viajero and Babelia (Spain), and the La Vanguardia supplement Cultura/s. She has a monthly gastronomy column in the newspaper The Objective. She has also translated Sigrid Nunez, Alan Sillitoe, Miranda July and Alain de Botton from English into Spanish, and Georges Perec from French into Spanish. She has been a resident writer at the Spanish Academy in Rome (2006-2007), the Civitella Ranieri Centre in Italy and the MALBA museum in Buenos Aires, among other institutions. She holds a Master’s Degree in Hispanic Studies (literature and cinema) from the University of Pennsylvania (USA). In 2018 she was a guest editor at the Caballo de Troya imprint (Penguin Random House). In 2022 she wrote and presented the program ‘Música de principio a fin’ on Radio Clásica (RNE).

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