Marcos Canteli, Visiting Assistant Professor and Resident Director, Duke-in-Madrid Program

Marcos Canteli

Please note: Marcos has left the "Romance Studies" group at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.

Marcos Canteli was born in Bimenes, Asturias, Spain. Visiting Assistant Professor and Resident Director of Duke in Madrid and Duke in Spain. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish Philology from the University of Oviedo (1997), and his Ph.D. from Duke University (2008). He has recently published Del parpadeo: 7 poéticas (Madrid: Libros de la Resistencia, 2014), a book that presents the poetries of José-Miguel Ullán, Carlos Piera, Pedro Provencio, Ildefonso Rodríguez, Olvido García Valdés, and Miguel Casado. He has also published five books of poetry: Reunión (1999), enjambre (2003), su sombrío (XXXI Ciudad de Burgos International Poetry Award, 2005), catálogo de incesantes (2008), and es brizna (2011). He has been included in Forrest Gander’s anthology Panic Cure: Poetry from Spain for the 21st Century (Shearsman / Seismicity, 2014). He has translated Robert Creeley’s Pieces, and Jack Kerouac’s Book of Haikus. He is the editor of the online poetry journal:

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Spanish and Latin-American Studies
Modern and Contemporary
Research Interests: Poetry

Contemporary Peninsular, Latin American, and Transatlantic poetry and poetics. Exile literature. Translation. Creative writing.

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Recent Publications

  1. M. Canteli, Del parpadeo: 7 poéticas (December, 2014), Libros de la resistencia, Madrid [available here]  [abs]