Gaby Sambuccetti (Argentina) is an Argentine born, UK-based writer. She holds a BA in Creative Writing from Brunel University (London), she is a Latin American & Spanish Literature Teacher (Argentina) and she has a MA degree in Modern Languages, Literature and Culture at King’s College (London) at which she has been awarded with the Von Schlippenbach PGT bursary and with the Cosmo Davenport-Hines poetry prize for 2022. Currently, she is about to start her postgraduate course in Modern Languages at the University of Oxford.
She is the founder and director of La Ninfa Eco, an international organisation with a team of writers from Europe, the UK, the US and Latin America.
She was the former co-director of events at the Oxford Writers’ House (Oxford, UK) a hub that used to bring Oxford Universities and local communities into dialogue through creative writing projects.
In 2019, She has been invited to the House of Lords (UK) to be part of a discussion about writing and freedom of the press.
She is the author of 2 books in Spanish published in Argentina, Glasses Love to be Broken (Argentina, Baobab, 2010), To the Knot for What it Took Away (Argentina, De los Cuatro Vientos, 2012). Also, she published a book in the UK called The Good, the Bad & the Poet (El Ojo de la Cultura, London, 2020).
She has been part of different anthologies: Torre Latinoamericana (México, 2021), Wizards, Werewolves and Weird Engines (London, Brunel University, 2018), Other Voices Poems 40 Years of The Cure (London), Liberoamericanas: 140 poetas contemporáneas (Spain, Liberoamerica, 2018), Poesía Deliberada (Argentina, Textos Intrusos, 2013), Letters on Paper, Bilingual Anthology (Argentina, De los Cuatro Vientos, 2013), among others.
She has collaborated on different literary projects and magazines such as La Mascarada (Mexico), El Humo (Mexico), Liberoamerica (Spain), Editorial Aquitania (Cuba/Mexico).
Her books, reviews, collaborations appear in different magazines, anthologies and literary projects from Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Germany, Bolivia, the US, Mexico, Chile, Spain, Bangladesh, India & the UK.