Lourdes Corbera (Barcelona, 1968) is a writer, translator and proof-reader. After studying at the Barcelona Athenaeum School of Writing, she left her career as a telecommunications engineer in order to write full time. An author of fictional works, both novels and short stories, she is also a translator, proof-reader, as well as working as a linguistic, publishing, and literary consultant. She is a founder and editor of Súper Contes, a writing service that offers unpublished bespoke stories. From 2016 to 2019 she completed a master’s degree in Theory of Literature and Comparative Literature at the University of Barcelona with a final dissertation titled “Anàlisi de la traducció al català de l'obra novel·lística d’Émile Zola”.
She has published the novels Et trucaré demà (2015), Cira (2017), and El cas de la xinxeta (2020) as well as several short stores in collections and periodical publications.
She is a member of the Associació d'Escriptors en Llengua Catalana (Association of Catalan language Writers – AELC).
Web page: Toni Terrades for AELC.
Documentation: Lourdes Corbera.
Photograph: © Jordi Adell.