Mariana Ayón RV
She is a poet, writer, publisher and multidisciplinary artist. She graduated in Hispanic Literature from the University of
Guadalajara, in México. Her line
of research is the interior landscape and how it forms part of the migrant identity. Since 2013, she has conducted poetry and theater workshops
for teenagers in high
centers, including the
workshop for young
prisoners in custody at the Centro de Observación, Clasificación y Diagnóstico del Estado de Jalisco, in Zapopan, Mexico. She has collaborated as a writer with articles since 2016 in different blogs, newspapers and magazines.
In July-August 2020, she was the guest artist
for the House on the Prairie Art Residency, in Kempton, Illinois, by the organization “Humans
are a part of nature”, with her project: Paisajes del Silencio. In August 2020, she collaborated for the Way Of Exorcism” by the artist Dessislava Terzieva in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
She has published the collections of poems Vestido Verde (2016) and Motivos de Agua
(2019), published by Ediciones El Viaje; in prose the plaquette Frontera (2013) published by the University of Sonora. Her poems are found in anthologies and magazines in Mexico and the United States, including: Junta Versos (CDMX), Luvina (GDL), La Otra Orilla (NYC), Papalotzi, (Guadalajara). From 2010 to date, she has partici- pated in poetry readings and poetry cycles in cultur- al centers and public venues. She has participated in Festivals and Literary Meetings since 2010.