Ariadna García Llorente is a writer, literary translator, editor and researcher from Basque Country, based in London. She is the former Managing Editor at Stillpoint Magazine, an independent, non-profit publication of art, contemporary literature and psychoanalysis —now dormant. Apart from supporting the editor-in-chief in every editorial process, she founded and directed the book review section of the magazine Mini Lit Crit, curating a list of poetry, narrative and essays from indie publishers and commissioning texts from writers and researchers such as Annette Lepique, Guillermo Rebollo Gil, Jasmin Erkan, Parag Desai and Valerie Vargas. She also proudly co-organised the online event Other Women: an Encounter between Queer Women and Freud’s “Female Homosexual.”
She has translated and published short essays and books on feminism, decoloniality and psychoanalysis by Anetta Stojnic, Carlos Padrón, Carlos Tabbia, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi, Gohar Homayounpour, Kara Kohn Gardner, L. Ayu Saraswati, Luce deLire, Richard B. Keys and Vanessa Sinclair. Her book reviews in Spanish and Catalan were published in La Vanguardia's cultural supplement, Cultura/s.
As a researcher, she has attended philosophy conferences with presentations at the intersection of psychoanalysis, politics and literature. She holds a BA in Comparative Literature from the University of Granada, an MA in Comparative Studies in Literature, Art, and Thought from Pompeu Fabra University and an MSc in Publishing and Editing from Pompeu Fabra University. Additionally, she has just completed her MA in Psychoanalytic Studies at Birkbeck, University of London.
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She is currently working on the translation of a book on psychoanalysis and the body. In addition, she is studying the theory and clinic of French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan as part of her clinical training at CFAR.