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ILLES D’ART 9

CECILIA NAVARRO

Born in Llucmajor, in 2002. She is studying Literary Studies at the University of Barcelona. She has cultivated the theatrical field with the work Lo Cutrisme, awarded with the Premi Frederic Roda de Teatre of the Diputació de Barcelona 2021. She has participated in the third volume of the Revista Poetry Spam and has appeared in the poetic anthology La Tempesta as well as in the anthology Escriure la Serra, in 2023. In the poetic field, the poetry collections La dona talaiòtica (La dona talaiòtica, El Gall Editor, 2022) and La mamella de Déu (Viena Edicions, 2022) have been released.

 

From a free verse that is formulated from the internal beat of ray writing, my poetic work is regenerated from the themes they capture at the time of evocation. Just as in La dona talaiòtica there was a need to rework a process of maturation of the lyric self rooted around her, in La mamella de Déu the relationship with spirituality is raised from the naive, premature, but doubtful point of view. From there, the lyric self is corrupted by the evolution of this spirituality and, among others, the material question is impregnated. Thus, this first word with God, with the mother, is disturbed by the consciousness of the body, of desire. I am very interested in finding the inheritance of these rays from the authors to whom I am in this line: Anne Sexton, Alda Merini, Olga Orozco, among others. However, there is a common fall in these paths and it is uncertainty as a source of spirit.

 

 

@cecilianafra

Credits: Miquel Munar

JOAN ROTGER JULIÀ

Joan writes from a young age to understand and discover what happens to him inside and outside. The experience, the senses and imagery become a constant in his poetry, which is articulated through the combination of non-form, song and play. Thus, Joan writes to explore areas that evoke him, such as the widespread rejection of change, the normativity that oppresses individual expression and the interstices of personal relationships. Recently, he has also investigated the ideation of suicide from a personal perspective and with a testimonial intention.

 

Joan Rotger Julià was born in Ciutadella de Menorca in 1995. He studies Jazz and Modern Music in the Music Workshop of Barcelona and Renewable Energy Engineering at the UPV/EHU, from which he graduated in 2022. At this point, he works as an engineer and combines it with music and poetry. In the musical field, he is part of the music group Dahlia and has participated in other projects such as Atzur and Verlaat. As for poetry, he is a finalist for the Gumersind Gomila Young Poetry Award 2022 and the Salvador Iborra 2023 Young Art Poetry Contest. Recently, he has participated in the Illanvers 2023 festival.

 

 

@joanroju

ANAÏS FANER ANGLADA

Anaïs Faner Anglada (Ciutadella de Menorca, 1997). Graduated in Journalism, in Journalism Specialized in Culture and Society, from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, and in the Master’s Degree in Literary Creation, taught by the Barcelona School of Management.

 

Recently,she has published two books: Eleanor Roosevelt. Impulsora de los derechos humanos (Vegueta Ediciones, 2022) and La defensora de la humanidad. Eleanor Roosevelt (Vegueta Ediciones, 2023). She has also collaborated on the book Les ciutats invisibles: art de la ciutadania en temps d’estat d’alarma i confinament obligatòria (2021). She has also received several literary recognitions of short story and poetry. 

 

Her practice is typical of writing confessional, sincere, spontaneous, self-critical poetry with elements of self-fiction, and an imperfect technique that sometimes leads to poetic prose. Disorientation, embodiment, uncertainty, insecurity, or goings and comings, obsessions, contradictions and irresolute polarities are the essential vehicle of this sometimes thoughtful and mocking poetry of sarcasm.

 

 

@anaisfaner