Ana Rocío Jouli





Collaborative Works


ph: Ariel Valeri

Ana Rocío Jouli (1991, Santa Rosa) is an Argentinean writer and researcher. Her work explores the links between poetry and dramaturgy, as well as fiction and criticism. She holds a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of Tres de Febrero, and is currently completing a PhD in Literature at the National University of La Plata.

Author of Los pacientes (La Bola, 2017), Constelaciones (Erizo, 2016), Tarde (La Bola, 2015), Los viajes (NIEVE, 2015) and Baúles, puentes y jardines (Morosophos, 2011). She has conducted creation/research stays at CLAS Center for Latin American Studies (2019, University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Bergische Universität Wuppertal (2018, Germany), McGill University (2017, Montreal, Canada) and IDEA Institute for Advanced Research (2016, Santiago de Chile). Her work has been included in the anthologies Literatura del más acá (2020, Ediciones Bonaerenses), Poesía al alcance de la mano (Ministerio de Educación GCBA, 2020), Poesía (La Comuna, 2019), Rumiar (Rumiar Buenos Aires, 2018), Australes & Peligrosas (Cohuiná Cartonera, México, 2018), Jardín 16 (Minibús Ediciones, 2016), Pablo Neruda National Poetry Contest (Editorial UNC, 2016), Jengi Tea (Morosophos, 2011) and Sin la espada (Edulp, 2010).

Her book The Patients was adapted as a multidisciplinary theatre production, directed by Laura Conde. It premiered in October 2017 at El Portón de Sánchez, and in 2018 it was presented as an immersive show at the University Center for the Arts in La Plata. It was selected for the 2019 Buenos Aires Off Festival Programme, and it was included in the Dance Programme at the Cultural Center of Cooperation in Buenos Aires.