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Juana Adcock

Poet and translator

Juana Adcock is a poet and translator who has lived in Scotland since 2009 and who works in English and Spanish. Born in Mexico in 1982, she explores the anatomy of the country’s violence in her first book Manca which was named by Reforma’s distinguished critic Sergio González Rodríguez as one of the best poetry books published in 2014. She is currently apprenticed to Liz Lochhead as part of the Clydebuilt poetry apprenticeship scheme.

Update: 24 May 2016


Has participated in

New Voices from Europe

Dialogue with Juana Adcock, Erika Fatland and Albert Forns