Rocío Cerón 
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[agujeros negros: brochazos de azul Klein sobre muro] španščina

[arqueología del padre] španščina

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[Cinco movimientos en un gesto de aire] španščina

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[estela colectiva de un memorial en los jardines de abetos] španščina

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Rocío Cerón 
Author

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* 19.06.1972, Mexico City, Mehika
živi v: Mexico City, Mehika

Rocío Cerón is one of the major Mexican poets and multimedia artists of her generation. She combines poetry with music, performance and video and creates what she calls "Galaxy Projects: Loads of poetry, body, sound and image." 

She has written several volumes of poetry including Basalto (2002), for which she received the Premio Nacional de Literatura Gilberto Owen. Her collections Imperio/Empire (2009) and Diorama (2013) were published as bilingual Spanish-English editions. The latter won Rocío Cerón and her translator Anna Rosenwong the Best Translated Book Award, awarded by the online literary magazine Three Percent (University of Rochester). Her collection Tiento, which came out in 2010, appeared in German translation in 2011 (translation by Simone Reinhard); and in Swedish in 2012 (translation by Ulrika Serling). Her poems have also been translated into Finnish, French, and Turkish.

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More of Rocío Cerón's work at rocioceron.com



Objave
  • Basalto

    México: ESN-CONACULTA, 2002

  • Soma

    Argentina: Eloísa Ediciones, 2003

  • Apuntes para sobrevivir al aire

    México: Ediciones Urania, 2005

  • Basalto

    México: Ediciones Urania, 2005

  • Imperio

    México: Ediciones Monte Carmelo, 2008

  • Imperio/Empire

    [Edición interdisciplinaria y bilingüe]

    México: CONACULTA-FONCA, 2009

  • Tiento

    México: UANL, 2010

  • El ocre de la tierra

    Biblioteca de Gulliver

    España: Ediciones Liliputienses, 2011

  • Gramática del nudo

    Poesía 2000-2010

    Costa Rica: SINABI, 2011

  • Tiento

    Übersetzt von Simone Reinhard

    Berlin/Tübingen: Verlag Hans Schiler, 2011

  • Trevande

    (Tiento en sueco). Översatt av Ulrika Serling

    Sverige: Aura Latina, 2012

  • Diorama

    México: UANL - Tabasco 189, 2012

  • Diorama

    Madrid, España: Amargord Ediciones, 2013

  • Diorama

    Versión bilingüe (español / inglés) Trad. Anna Rosen Guercio

    New York: Diaz Grey Editores, 2013

  • Diorama

    Versión bilingüe (español / inglés) Trad. Anna Rosenwong

    Los Angeles: Phoneme Media, 2014

  • Diorama

    Aus dem Spanischen von Hakan Özkan

    Berlin/Tübingen: Verlag Hans Schiler, 2017

  • Nudo Vortex

    México: Edición Proyecto Literal, 2015

  • Borealis

    México: Editorial Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2016

Nagrade
  • 2000 Premio Nacional de Literatura Gilberto Owen

  • 2015 Best Translated Book Award (for the bilingual edition of Diorama)

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