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Ines Gregori Labarta

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Ines Gregori Labarta

County College Lancaster University Bailrigg Lancaster LA1 4YD

LA1 4YD

United Kingdom

Research overview

Inés is a Creative Writing PhD student working on a trilogy of novellas that explore the connections between Ireland and Spain. Her interests are the novella as a form, multilingualism, unreliable narrators, Magic Realism, Gothic and Science-Fiction. She has published a collection of novels, 'Los Pentasónicos' (Edebé, 2008-2010) and two novellas 'Mactavish Manor' (Holland House, 2016) and 'Kabuki' (Dairea, 2017). Her short fiction has been published and won awards such as the Autonomous University of Madrid Short Story Prize. She's also an assistant lecturer at Lancaster University and UCLAN. She is part of a podcast called The Writing Life and collaborates organising the Northwest Literary Salon in Lancaster. She blogs on a weekly basis on Worderlust. She works as a Spanish translator and illustrator on a freelance bases.