Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), 1990
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Luna Miguel (Alcalá de Henares, 1990) lives in Barcelona and is a regular contributor to several newspapers and literary supplements. She is the author of the following poetry books: Estar enfermo (2010), Poetry is not dead (2013), La tumba del marinero (2013), Los estómagos (2015) and El arrecife de las sirenas (2017), all of them published by La Bella Varsovia. Several selections of her works have been published around the world.
She is the author of the nouvelle Exhumación (Alpha Decay, 2010), co-written with Antonio J. Rodríguez, and the essay on female masturbation El dedo. Breves apuntes sobre la masturbación femenina (Capitán Swing, 2016).
She was the first ambassador to join and support the Womarts project to pursue women’s equal share presence in the Arts, and after her debut novel El funeral de Lolita (PRH-Lumen, November 2018) and the essay on feminism and hispanic language literature, El coloquio de las perras (Capitán Swing, 2019), her most recent work is the most personal essay Caliente (Lumen, 2021).