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Elizabeth Duval and Yolanda Segura in conversation with Susana Pagano

Does writing have a gender?

Querétaro 2020, 

Gender and writing: can we problematize the idea of how the gender question functions regarding literary and non-fiction writing? In 2020, the writer and philosopher Elizabeth Duval (Spain) published her first work, Reina, a kind of novelized diary of this young Spanish intellectual’s personal journey. The Querétaro writer, Yolanda Segura (Mexico), has published various books of poetry, her latest being Persona (2020), and is co-author of Tsunami, an anthology of essays on feminism in Mexico. In conversation with Susana Pagano.