Margarita Estévez-Saá is Senior Lecturer of English and American Literature at the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Her research interests include the work of James Joyce and, more recently, contemporary Irish fiction by women. She has published with Anne MacCarthy the book A Pilgrimage from Belfast to Santiago de Compostela: The Anatomy of Bernard MacLaverty’s Triumph over Frontiers (2002), and has co-edited, among other volumes, Silverpowdered Olivetrees: Reading Joyce in Spain (2003), “Ireland in the Coming Time”: New Insights on Irish Literature (2007). Estévez-Saá is Secretary of the Spanish James Joyce Society, member of the AEDEI Executive Board, and former editor of the academic journal Papers on Joyce. Estévez-Saá has published widely on James Joyce, Eilís Nií Dhuibhne, Elizabeth Wassell, Mary Rose Callaghan, Anne Haverty, Deirdre Madden, Anne Enright and Sara Baume. More recently, she has co-edited the volume The Ethics and Aesthetics of Eco-caring: Contemporary Debates on Ecofeminism(s) (Routledge, 2019), and the special number of the journal Estudios Irlandeses 15.2 (2020): “Ecofictions, The Animal Trope and Irish Studies”.