Virginia Garzón de Albiol (Barcelona, 1975). She lived in Brussels part of her childhood and all her adolescence, where she studied at the European School. She has a degree in Law (UPF) and has two master’s degrees, one in Development Studies (UAB) and the other in Animal and Society Law (UAB). She has worked for more than twenty years in the field of international cooperation and education for development, as an expert in the Delegation of the European Commission in Montevideo, and in various non-profit organizations (FundiPau, Vicente Ferrer Foundation and Oxfam Intermón ). Vocational writer, in 2015 she published her first novel, Queridísima Juana (Avant editorial), which is reissued in 2016. Previously, she collaborated in the compilation of women biographies Desconocidas & Fascinantes (Ed. Egales, 2013) and published the story Humo en la Anthology of Aula de Escritores Cuento Atrás (Ed. Hijos del Hule, 2009). Currently she lives in Badalona and is focused on her role as a writer.
- Queridísima Juana (Avant Editorial, 2016)