María Negroni

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María Negroni (born 1951 in Rosario, Argentina) is an Argentinian poet, essayist, novelist and translator.

She graduated from Columbia University, with a PhD in Latin American Literature. She teaches at Sarah Lawrence College.[1][2] She was a visiting professor at New York University, in 2008.[3]

Awards[edit]

  • International Prize for Essay Writing from Siglo XXI
  • 2002 PEN Award for best book of poetry in translation, for Islandia
  • 2000-2001 Octavio Paz Fellowship for Poetry
  • 1997 Argentine National Book Award, for El viaje de la noche
  • 1994 Guggenheim Fellowships

Works[edit]

  • De tanto desolar Libros de Tierra Firme, 1985
  • La jaula bajo el trapo, (1991); Editorial Cuarto Propio, 1999, ISBN 978-956-260-151-1
  • El viaje de la noche Lumen, 1994, ISBN 978-84-264-2781-6
  • Diario Extranjero Pequena Venecia, 2000, ISBN 978-980-6315-79-2
  • La ineptitud Alción Editora, 2002
  • Islandia (1994)

Essays[edit]

Novels[edit]

References[edit]

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