Susan Howe was born on June 10th, 1937 in Boston, Massachusetts, to the American law professor Mark De Wolfe Howe and the Irish playwright and director Mary Manning. From the very beginning of her artistic career, Howe has felt the necessity to explore history, especially both sides of her family roots, to get a place of her own and not to feel like an outsider moving between … [Read more...]
About Leticia del Toro
Leticia del Toro received her PhD at University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. She is the author of the book, Experimentación, Intertextualidad e Historia en la obra de Susan Howe, the first publication of this category in the Spanish language.
She has also published several articles on Howe´s work such as "Innovation and Tradition: Susan Howe and the Difficulty of Printing Art in Printed Form," "Una proyección literaria en clave histórica de la América colonial," "Representaciones de la figura de Carlos I de Inglaterra en la Literatura Contemporánea: Teatralidad y Santidad," or "La Búsqueda de la identidad en la literatura contemporánea: el ejemplo de Susan Howe.” She has also participated in different literary congress around Europe (Dublin, Vienna, London, Lisbon, Oporto, Aalborg, Valladolid, etc.).