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Julia Piera

(1970) -

Julia Piera (Madrid, 1970) is a contemporary poet. She is the author of the following books: Al vértice de la arena (Biblioteca Nueva, 2003), Igual que esos pájaros disecados (Hojas de Zenobia, Diputación de Huelva, 2004), Conversaciones con Mary Shelley (Icaria Editorial, Barcelona, 2006) and Puerto Rico digital (Bartleby Editores, Madrid, 2009).

Her poems have appeared in various magazines and publications such as El periódico de poesía (UNAM), El signo del gorrión, Can Mayor, ArteletrA and Galerna. Her work has also been included in anthologies Once de marzo, poemas para el recuerdo (Pre-Textos, 2004), Campo abierto (DVD, 2005), Poetas en blanco y negro contemporáneos (Abada, 2006) and most recently Complicidades (Ave del Paraíso Ediciones, 2008). She has collaborated with the painter Jesús Ibáñez in the introductory text to his 2006-2007 exhibition at the Ansorena Gallery in Madrid. Some of her poems have been versioned into pieces by the experimental British composer Geoff Gould. Piera collaborates with the El Viajero section of the newspaper El País.

She holds a BA in Economics from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and has an MA in Romance Languages and Literature from Harvard University.

In January 2008 she was appointed Director of the Instituto Cervantes in Dublin.

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