Anna Aguilar-Amat has been awarded several prestigious prizes, such as the Carles Riba, the Marius Torres and the Jocs Florals awards for poetry. Since 2003, she has been president of QUARKpoesia, which seeks to promote the translation of poetry of less-translated languages. In 2006, she founded the publishing company Refraccions at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, publishing bilingual or trilingual poetry books. Her most popular book to be translated into English is Music and Scurvy. Aguilar-Amat presents Little Things, a poetry collection that is inspired by Arundhati Roy’s novel The God of Small Things.
Supported by Institut Ramon Llull