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Elizabeth Duval

Trans writer and activist

Born in 2000, she has become one of the best-known media voices of her generation. She studies Philosophy and French Philology in Paris and has published the novel Reina (Caballo de Troya, 2020) as well as the long poem Excepción (Letraversal, 2020). With considerable public attention since she was an adolescent when she began her gender change, she has developed a critical approach to the construction of identities and media power, while also seeking to flee from labels imposed by the media. As a writer, she has also contributed to several fictional anthologies, including Cuadernos de Medusa (Amor de Madre, 2018) and Asalto a Oz. Voces de la nueva narrativa queer (Dos Bigotes, 2019). She is presently working, with a view to publication in 2021, on an essay about the trans phenomenon, and a second book of poetry.

Update: 28 September 2020

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