Poet and short story writer
Ashle has a degree in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Chile, and a master’s degree in Latin American Studies from the University of La Serena. She has been writing short stories since she was a teenager. Then came a string of various heteronyms that won awards from Revista Grifo (Universidad Diego Portales); Diario El Día – Universidad del Mar (IV región); Casa Cultural La Covacha (V región) and the Concurso Literario Alfonso Alcalde (VIII región) among others, featuring stories and poems she had written in compilations, digital poetry collections and literary magazines.
She is the author of Vidas Robadas (La Serena, 2012), Anteojos de Sal (La Serena, 2014) and El Silencio Final (Buenos Aires, 2015). Tres is her first book of poetry. Part of her work has been included in various publications in both Chile and Argentina, countries where she has received awards.