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Míriam Cano

Journalist and writer

Míriam Cano has published three books of poems: Buntsandstein (Viena, 2013), winner of the 2012 Martí Dot Prize; Ancoratge (Terrícola, 2016) and Vermell de Rússia (laBreu Edicions, 2020). She also wrote the short story La Comuna de París in the joint volume Cremen Cels (laBreu Edicions, 2017), a collaboration with Martí Sales and Antònia Vicens. She has translated a selection of Emily Dickinson’s poems (Bèsties 15. Dickinson, Edicions Poncianes, 2017) and Albert Camus’ Cartes a un amic alemany (Lleonard Muntaner Ed., 2019). She has contributed to various Catalan press publications as a writer and literary journalist, and teaches at the Escola Bloom, where she gives seminars on reading and poetic creation.

Update: 19 November 2020

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Has participated in

Jamaica Kincaid and Míriam Cano

Rebel Memories

Marçalianes. “I take the road that has led me to you”

Celebration of the creative legacy of Maria-Mercè Marçal