Montserrat Morera Escarré (Barcelona, 1952), a teacher and writer, has a PhD in His-panic Philology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, where she has worked as a lecturer as well as being a secondary school teacher. She is also a graduate of the former Barcelona School of Sociology.
She published educational, informative, and academic until she began writing fiction. Her first book is the co-authored Niké vol dir victòria (1999), which is followed by her novel Perfum d’almesc (2008). She has written short fiction and stories including “Una maleta molt pesada” (winner of the 2017 Núvol de Contes award) and “Escut” (winner of the 2021 City of Tarragona Prize for Short Fiction Online (TINET)).
Since 2021 she has been publishing the blog Temps de metàfora.
She is a member of the Associació d’Escriptors en Llengua Catalana (AELC – Association of Catalan Language Writers.
Web page: Irene Zurrón Servera for AELC.
Documentation and photographs: Author’s personal files.
Translation by Julie Wark.