Rocío Cerón (Ciudad de México, 1972). Poeta, ensayista y editora. Ha publicado Materia negra (Parentalia, 2018), Borealis (FCE, 2016), La rebelión. O mirar el mundo hasta pulverizarse los ojos (UANL, 2016), Anatomía del nudo. Obra reunida (2002-2015) (Conaculta, 2015), Nudo vortex (Literal, 2015), Diorama (UANL, 2012; segunda edición, Amargord, España, 2013), Tiento (UANL, 2010), Imperio (Ediciones Monte Carmelo, 2009), entre otros.
Recibió en Estados Unidos el Best Translated Book Award 2015 por su libro Diorama, en traducción de Anna Rosenwong, en 2005 el See America Travel Award, por sus crónicas de viaje y en México el Premio Nacional de Literatura Gilberto Owen 2000 por su primer libro, Basalto. Acciones poéticas suyas se han presentado en los Institutos Cervantes de Berlín, Londres y Estocolmo; Centro Pompidou, París, Francia; Southbank Centre, Londres, Reino Unido, Museo Karen Blixen, Dinamarca, entre otros. Obra suya ha sido traducida a más de ocho idiomas. Actualmente es miembro del Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte del FONCA. 



Rocío Cerón (born 1972) is one of the major Mexican poets of her generation. Her work combines poetry with sound experimentation, performance and video. These pieces, created with what she named “Galaxy Projects: tons of body, voice, sonorities and image” have been showed at international venues as Cervantes Institutes of Berlin, London and Stockholm; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Southbank Centre, London, beside many others. She has written several volumes of poetry including Basalto (2002), Imperio/Empire (2009), Tiento (2010), Diorama (2012), Nudo vortex (2015) and Borealis (2016). Diorama was translated into English by Anna Rosenwong and won the Best Translated Book Award 2015, awarded by the University of Rochester. She has also been awarded with the National Award of Literature Gilberto Owen 2000 (Mexico) and the See America Travel Award 2005 (US). Her poems have been translated into English and diverse European languages. Actually, she is part of the National System of Art Creators of México (SNCA).