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In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Ateri Miyawatl's “Tsintatak (Náhuatl).”

Gestora cultural Nahua: En el ámbito editorial ha fungido como gestora, coordinadora y editora de los títulos “Yolkalpam” y “Na Savi,” dos libros-objeto en Nahuatl y Tu´un Savi respectivamente. En 2018, Neijmantototsintle, un libro-objeto con un poema de su autoría, fue acreedor del Judges’ Award Choice, otorgado por The Oxford Fine Press Book Fair. Actualmente colabora con el Laboratorio Nacional de Materiales Orales en el área de gestión y es una de las tres coordinadoras de Originaria, una gira y publicación editorial de mujeres poetas en lenguas indígenas.

Nahua cultural promoter: In the field of publishing, she has worked as a promoter, coordinator, and editor of the works “Yolkalpam” and “Na Savi,” two book-objects in Nahuatl and Tu’un Savi, respectively. In 2018, Neijmantototsintle, a book-object with a poem she authored, received the Judges’ Award Choice from The Oxford Fine Press Book Fair. Presently, she collaborates with the National Laboratory of Oral Material in the field of promotion and is one of the three coordinators of Originaria, a touring publishing house of women poets in Indigenous languages.
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