Gabriela Jauregui

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Gabriela Jauregui (born 1979) is a Mexican writer, poet and critic.[1] She was born and raised in Mexico City. She obtained an MFA from UC Riverside, an MA from UC Irvine and a PhD in comparative literature from the University of Southern California. She has published extensively in both English and Spanish, including the poetry collection Controlled Decay (2008) and the short story collection La memoria de las cosas (2015). She was also one of the coauthors of Taller de taquimecanografía (2012). She is the cofounder of the independent publisher sur+.

In 2017, she was included in the Bogota39 list of the promising young writers in Latin America.[2]


  1. ^ "Gabriela Jauregui". 3 October 2014.
  2. ^ "Las ficciones dadá de Gabriela Jauregui - ELESPECTADOR.COM". 31 January 2018.