Claudia Chibici-Revneanu is a geographically confused Austrian, who lived a brief but happy time in Italy, a long time in different places in England and Wales (completing her PhD in Cultural Policy Studies at the University of Warwick), as well as in Mexico. She currently works as a lecturer at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in León, Mexico.
Claudia has published poems, literary essays, translations and academic articles in different international magazines such as Celeste, Schreibkraft, olasciviles and The International Journal of Cultural Policy Studies. In 2000, she won the Austrian award for women writers Minna Kautsky and in March 2017 she was honoured by UNAM with the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz award.
Claudia’s great passion is exploring the literary and musical creativity of women, which she does in her writing, academic work and as a mezzo-soprano, giving concert-conferences about women composers. Of Murder, Muses and Me,published by Jacaranda Books in September 2017, is her first novel.
Claudia writes a blog at http://vidalifeundleben.blogspot.mx/