Daniela CascellaAssociate Lecturereat University of the Arts London
Daniela Cascella (Italy/UK) is a writer, researcher, lecturer and editor.
Her work is concerned with forms and transformations of critical writing that inhabit, echo and are haunted by their subjects: literature, voices, concealments of the self.
Writing in English as a second language, writing as a stranger in a language, she is drawn toward unstable and uncomfortable forms of writing-as-sounding, and toward the transmissions and interferences of knowledge across cultures.
She is the author of three books in English that articulate various tensions and points of contact between the literary and the sonic, and that propose a range of approaches to creative-critical writing through experiments with form and voice: Singed. Muted Voice-Transmissions, After The Fire (Equus Press, 2017), F.M.R.L. Footnotes, Mirages, Refrains and Leftovers of Writing Sound (Zer0 Books, 2015) and En Abîme: Listening, Reading, Writing. An Archival Fiction (Zer0 Books, 2012).