|Name Olga Orozco||Role Poet|
|Died August 15, 1999, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
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Olga Orozco (1920–1999) (real name Olga Noemí Gugliotta) was an Argentine poet born in Toay, La Pampa. She spent her childhood in Bahía Blanca until she was 16 years old and she moved to Buenos Aires with her parents where she initiated her career as a writer.
Orozco directed some literary publications using some pseudonymous names while she worked as a journalist. She was a member of so-called «Tercera Vanguardia» generation, which had a strong surrealist tendency . Her poetic works were influenced by Rimbaud, Nerval, Baudelaire, Miłosz and Rilke.
Olga Orozco died in Buenos Aires from a heart attack at the age of 79.
Olga Orozco: A Poetic Journey with Zach
Engravings Torn from Insomnia, trans Mary Crow, BOA Editions, Ltd., 2002. Finalist for a PEN USA Translation Award. Published with a Lannan grant."The poet sees poetry even in the most mundane things" ("El poeta ve lo poético aun en las cosas más cotidianas")