Ana Rocío Jouli

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THE PATIENTS
La Bola Editora, 2017

“The language of The patients, by Ana Rocío Jouli, is a quiet and hallucinated one. Hallucinated because the poems create images of a non-representable outside: an afternoon with rabbits, a country house, pain, a man turned into a fish. And quiet because the voices of Very Sick Old Man, Nurse and Girl manifest, in the stillness of the hospital, a small theater: giving shape and existence, in silence, to a universe of objects and creatures"

Irina Garbatzky

Reviews:
Opcit Poesia
Solo Tempestad

Read online:
Issuu / Los Pacientes

LATE
La Bola Editora, 2016

“In Late, the ambition to see –that is, to write– is caused by displacement, by travel (there are the “walks” that close the fanzine). Movement is the motive. But perhaps what is most remembered after the few pages of Late are finished is the tone of a voice that reacts with a certain candor to that which exceeds it, just like "the eyelids of a dog / that dreams of fear."

Santiago Venturini

Review:
La Bola Editora

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Issuu / Tarde

CONSTELLATIONS
Erizo Ediciones, 2016

“Each poem emerges from an intimate, microscopic, hidden, hurt or rare fragment of a world; the impeccable and refined beauty of the syntax delivers the composition of an unimaginable image"

Miguel Dalmaroni

Review:
Ramona

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Google Drive / Constelaciones