Inés Macpherson

BA in Philosophy and Oral Narrator.

Philosophy graduate and, since 2010, a reader, corrector and editor in the publishing world. She is also an oral storyteller, specializing in original literary stories. She took part as a narrator in the cycle The Invasion of Science Fiction organized by Libraries of Barcelona to mark the centenary of Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov and Frank Herbert. She ran a virtual science fiction book club, organized by the Xarxa de Biblioteques, and a literary genre course for La Tribu LlibreriaFemale Genre Writers, a Journey through Terror and Science Fiction. She writes about books in La Vanguardia.

She is the author of the novel for young adults El secreto de Lucia Morke (La Galera, 2011) and an illustrated version of the legend of Saint George: Santa Jordina (La Galera, 2017). She has also contributed to the anthologies Extraordinàries. Noves autores de l’insòlit (Males Herbes, 2020), Paper Cremat. 10 contes per a 100 anys de Ray Bradbury (Apostroph, 2020), Contes per al (des)confinament (Males Herbes, 2020) and other short story collections.

Storytelling

The name of the thing

Josep Pedrals | Inés Macpherson | Cris Zhang Yu | Irene Pujadas

In a world saturated with euphemisms, we invite three writers and a poet to share their particular crumpled metaphor.

Storytelling

Shall We Play a Game?

Inés Macpherson

We explore the relationships between science fiction and video games, two narrative forms with a great capacity for imagining new universes.