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Ana Nuño (1957) is a poet and writer. Her main fields of research and work are poetry, journalism, and politics. As a poet, she has seen her Spanish-language work published in Spain, as well as in anthologies in Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, and the USA. Her essays, articles and criticism have been published, among other media, in Syntaxis, Quimera, El Viejo Topo, La Vanguardia, Letras Libres (Spain), El Nacional and El Universal (Venezuela). She was chief editor of Quimera from 1997 to 2001. In 2004 she founded the publishing house Reverso Ediciones. She was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She currently lives in Barcelona, Spain.