Maria Xesus Nogueira has a Ph.D. in Galician literature and works as an Associate Professor at the University of Santiago de Compostela. She has specialized in Alvaro Cunqueiro's fiction, contemporary poetry, and women's writing. Nogueira is the author of Sonadores e famila. Os personaxes na narrativa de Cunqueiro (2009), Alvaro Cunqueiro. Narrativa curta. Antoloxia (1997), and Os outros feirantes de Alvaro Cunqueiro (1993). She was a contributor to Historia da literatura galega (1997) and A Literatura desde 1936 ata hoxe: poesia e teatro (2001). Her articles have appeared in numerous journals, including Grial, Anuario de Estudos Literarios Galegos, and Boletin Galego de Literatura, and she has collaborated with Consello da Cultura, A Nosa Terra, and Radio Galega. Laura Lojo is Associate Professor of English literature and language at the University of Santiago de Compostela and has a Ph.D. in Virginia Woolf's writing. Lojo is the author of Introduction to Virginia Woolf's Short Fiction (2003), and is co-editor of Writing Bonds: Irish and Galician Contemporary Women Poets (2009). She has also published book chapters and articles in literary journals on various topics, such as the reception of British modernism in Spanish-speaking countries, Irish women's poetry, women's studies, and comparative literature. Manuela Palacios is Associate Professor of English at the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain, where she obtained her Ph.D. in Modernist literature and the visual arts. She has directed two research projects on contemporary Irish and Galician women writers that have been funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, and she has co-edited two books on this topic: Palabras extremas (2008) and Writing Bonds (2009). Her other publications include translations of European poetry and narrative, monographs on Virginia Woolf's pictorial imagery, Shakespeare's Richard III, and articles on ecocriticism.
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