Àngels Moreno (Gandia, la Safor, 1939) is a writer and she has also worked in the fields of advertising and communication.
In 1991 she published D'ahir (From Yesterday, Colomar Editors), a book of short stories inspired in real events. Her first novel, Potser a setembre (In September Maybe, Bromera 1994), was a finalist for the Ciutat d'Alzira Prize for the Novel, an award she would subsequently receive for her book Malson (Nightmare, Bromera, 2001). Another work, Secrets Inconfessables (Unconfessable Secrets, Bromera, 2003), was awarded the Alfons el Magnànim of Valencia Prize for Fiction. She is co-author of the book La Memòria Amagada, dones en la història de Gandia (Hidden Memory: Women in the History of Gandia, 2002).
She has also published several short novels, including Guinda (Sour Cherry, Brosquil, 2005), a work that was expressly written for the project "Escriure el país" (Writing the Country), which was organised by the University of Alicante with the collaboration of the newspaper El País; L'altra vida de Neus Castells (The Other Life of Neus Castells, 2005), written for the programme "Llegir en valencià" (Reading in Valencian), which was coordinated by the Fundació Bromera in order to foster reading; and L'objecte del desig (The Object of Desire, Literal, 2006), inter alia.
She is a columnist for the newspapers Levante and El Mercantil Valenciano, while also writing for other publications.
She is a member of the Societat Alfons el Vell (Alphonse IV of Aragon Society), of Acció Cultural del País Valencià (Cultural Action of Valencia) and the Associació d'Escriptors en Llengua Catalana (Association of Catalan Language Writers).
Web page: Carme Ros for AELC.
Documentation: Author's personal files.
Translation: Julie Wark.
Photographs: Author's personal files.