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Brian Dedora

British Columbia-born Brian Dedora is a writer and performance artist whose work has been anthologized and widely published in special and limited editions. His books include A Few Sharp Sticks (2011), A Slice of Voice at the Edge of Hearing (2008), which was shortlisted for the ReLit and George Ryga Awards, With WK in the Workshop (1989), as well as White Light (1987). Dedora lives in Toronto, Canada and Granada, Spain. Connect with Brian at www.briandedora.com.

Martin Rodriguez-Gaona (Lima, 1969) has published the books of poetry Efectos personales (Personal Effects, Ediciones de Los Lunes, 1993), Pista de baile (Dance track, El Santo Oficio, 1997), Parque infantil (Playground, Pre-Textos, 2005), Codex de los poderes y los encantos (A Codex of Powers and Spells, Olifante, 2011) y Madrid, línea circular (Madrid, circular line, La Oficina de Arte y Ediciones, 2013 / Winner of the City of Cáceres Poetry Prize ), and the essay Mejorando lo presente. Poesía española última: posmodernidad, humanismo y redes (Improving the present. Latest Spanish poetry: postmodernism, humanism and networks (Random House, 2010). He has been a fellow at the Foundation Residencia de Estudiantes during 1999-2001, and worked as literary advisor for “?this institution until 2005. He has also won the International Fellowship of poetry Antonio Machado de Soria in 2010. His work translator of poetry includes versions like La sabiduría de las brujas de John Giorno (Wisdom of the Witches, DVD Ediciones, 2008) and Pirografía (Pyrography: Poems 1957-1985 (Visor, 2003), a selection of ten books by John Ashbery.


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