Maria Baranda

Born in 1962, the Mexican poet María Baranda is a winner of major literary awards in Mexico, the Aguascalientes National Poetry Prize and the Efrain Huerta National Poetry Prize, as well as Spain’s Francisco de Quevedo Prize for Ibero-American Poetry. In 2018, she received the Ramón López Velarde International Poetry Prize. Her books of poetry include Narrar, Atlántica y el Rústico, Ávido mundo, Ficticia (translated into English by Joshua Edwards), Teoría de las niñas and The New World Written:Selected Poems (Yale University Press).

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