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Ale Oseguera – Autor/a en A*Desk

Ale likes hybridity. In her novel, Realidad en Mono (2020), she mixes narrative fiction and audiovisual scripting. In her poetry, she combines theatrical elements with literature, creating pieces that transcend words and are also expressed through voice and body. Ale was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, and has lived and worked in Barcelona since 2006. She is the author of the collections of poems Tormenta de Tierra (2016), Un hotel de cinco estrellas sobre un cementerio (2019) and Mi rostro es un mapa de mi cuerpo (2023 ). She is also the co-founder of the collective Las Hermanas del Desorden, with whom she released the spokenword album La Musa Suicida (2019). She currently works in the field of literature as a press agent, literary critic and providing her voice in audiobooks. Since 2019 she has presented the poetry section of the program Todos Somos Suspechosos on Radio 3 (National Radio of Spain).
[Photography: Víctor Hondartzape]

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