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November 4, 2018 52 min
Artemisa Téllez (CDMX, 24 ago 1979), es poeta, narradora, dramaturga y tallerista con una importante contribución en el campo de la escritura de la experiencia lésbica. Tiene un grado de Maestría en Letras de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) y es creadora del “Taller permanente cuento erótico para mujeres”, con casi trece años de existencia, que ha producido y publicado ya tres antologías con trabajos de más de treinta escritoras emergentes. En 2015, obtuvo el tercer lugar en el IV certamen García Lorca de relato corto LGBT en Bilbao, España. Ha sido también editora, locutora, crítica de teatro y correalizadora del Quinto Festival Lésbico (2015).
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