Àngels Moreno is a Valencian writer in Catalan that combines her passion for poetry with her professional career as a doctor. Her first collection of poems Clarobscur (Neopàtria, 2014) was published at age 21, while completing her degree in Medicine at the University Rovira i Virgili in Tarragona.
She has been awarded several prizes since, from the local Vila de Mislata Literary Awards in 2015 for Extrema al·legoria, and the Teodor Llorente de La Pobla de Vallbona Poetry Prize in 2016 for her compilation Surreal, to the prestigious Maria Mercè Marçal Catalan Poetry Prize in 2017 for L’usurpador (Pagès editors).
Her work has gone beyond the Catalan milieu and some of her poems have been included in the Catalan-Portuguese anthology Mare Omnium (Lastura, 2015) and the collection Entre Mots i Versos (University of Alacant, 2016), and have been translated into Portuguese and Romanian. She has collaborated with artists Teresa Vall Palou and Anna Llimós in interdisciplinary artistic projects mixing art and poetry.
She also contributes to Valencian and Catalan literary magazines and news media like El Temps and El Matí digital cultivating essay and literary criticism.
Her most recent publication is L’agulla (Pagès editors, 2020) a homage volume to love and memory that takes roots in the figure of her maternal grandmother.