Anamaría Crowe Serrano

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Anamaría Crowe Serrano is a poet, translator and teacher born in Ireland to an Irish father and a Spanish mother. She grew up bilingually, straddling cultures. Languages have always fascinated her to the extent that she has never stopped learning or improving her knowledge of them. She enjoys cross-cultural and cross-genre exchanges with artists and poets, the most recent of which is her participation in Robert Sheppard’s EUOIA project and her involvement in the Steven Fowler’s “Enemies” project.
She has published extensively and her work has been widely anthologised in Ireland and abroad.Her publications include Mirabile Dictu (blurb, 2011), one columbus leap (corrupt press, 2011), and Paso Doble, written as a poetic dialogue with the Italian poet Annamaria Ferramosca (Empiria, 2006). 
Anamaría has translated some fourteen books, inclduing Elsa Cross' Beyond the Sea for Shearsman Books, and is Translations Editor of Colony journal.

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