Tag Archive: Juana Adcock

EIBF 2016: ‘THE SORROWS OF MEXICO’: Diego Enrique Osorno, Sergio González Rodríguez and Emiliano Ruiz Parra

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This is one of a number of pieces covering events at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, which runs from 13th–29th August 2016 at Charlotte Square Gardens, Edinburgh. The discussions between Diego Enrique Osorno, Sergio González Rodríguez,… Continue reading

ONE-HANDED: A Note on the Possibilities of Google Translate as a Tool for Poetry

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By Juana Adcock One-Handed was devised by Juana Adcock and Rahul Bery as an experimental translation project that paired Mexican and Scottish poets together. Rather than simply translating each other, as occurs in… Continue reading

NEW POETRY BY JUANA ADCOCK

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Juana Adcock is a writer and translator working in English and Spanish. She was born in Mexico and has been living in Glasgow for seven years. She completed a masters in Creative Writing… Continue reading

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