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Critical Writing

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2010
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Critical Writing

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2005
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Critical Writing

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2009
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Luis Javier Pisonero (Caracas, 1988) studied Literature at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, focusing on creative writing. He then moved to Madrid to study an MBA in cultural management, and a master in literary studies at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He has coordinated various poetry activities in Caracas and in Madrid since 2011. He also co-wrote the archive-blog Trazos de la memoria until 2013. In the fields of digital literatures, he wonders about the possibilities of inter and hypertextuality, as well as the constantly changing possibilities of technology and multimedia in new creations.

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She is studying new media at the Academy of fine arts and design of Ljubljana.She graduated from Textile and fashion design.

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She studies Literary Translation (English/French) at Paris 8 University. She has written her Master's thesis about translation of cultural differences.

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Mario Aznar Pérez was born in Murcia, Spain, where he studied Spanish Linguistics and Literature. Then he moved to Florence, Italy, to take a full-year course at the Università degli Studi di Firenze. Right now he is finishing a Master in Literary Studies at the Complutense University of Madrid, where he is currently living. He have published some literary articles in magazines from Italy and Spain.

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She holds a Degree in English Studies from Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) and works as a collaborator at the Department of English Literature at the Faculty of Philology at Complutense University. She is a student of the Master in Literary Studies at the same university. She is the Associate editor of JACLR: Journal of Artistic Creation and Literary Research which publishes peer reviewed articles on the field of literature, linguistics and semiotics and works of creative writing both in English and Spanish.

My fields of research include comparative litearture and intermedial semiotics with a special focus on English literature. I have also published articles about digital literature used for pedagogial purposes and I have participated in several conferences as a speaker talking about my areas of interest.

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