Roser Cabré-Verdiell

A writer of many short stories in literary magazines and anthologies, her fiction falls into the genre of fantasy.

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Roser Cabré-Verdiell (Barcelona, 1982) is the author of the novel AIOUA (Males Herbes, 2022) and a multitude of stories that have appeared in anthologies such as Barcelona 2059 (Mai Més, 2021), Extraordinàries (Males Herbes, 2020), Estats alterats de la ment (Males Herbes, 2017), Deu relats ecofuturistes (Males Herbes, 2016) and Noves dames del crim (Llibres del Delicte, 2015). She has also participated in the literary creation magazine Carn de Cap with the piece «On her city», and in the extraordinary edition of Branca entitled «Els coets venien com llagostes», made in collaboration with the CCCB on the occasion of Kosmopolis 21. Her story «Soc la llevadora», included in Extraordinàries, won the Ictineu Prize 2021.

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