Lucy Quaglia was born in Argentina. Her family settled in a town in the province of Buenos Aires when she completed her first year and lived there until she got married in January 1968. She attributes her poetic training to her elementary and high school teachers as well as a great love for the children’s story books. But she decided to let her mind play without many emotional obstacles, in a great odyssey of single words that are put together to create poems for the joy of rhythm itself. Her great inspiration were poets such as José Hernández, Rafael Obligado, Federico García Lorca and Rubén Darío.