Sara Herrera Peralta (1980) was born in Jerez de la Frontera (Spain). She is a writer and a graphic designer currently living in Cazals, a small village in the countryside in the South of France, where she has moved after living in several European countries, in cities as San Sebastián, Helsinki, Málaga, Paris, London or Toulouse.
She has published ten books of poetry, three of them prize-winning: the most recent is Hombres que cantan nanas al amanecer y comen cebolla / Men who sing lullabies at dawn and eat onions (La Bella Varsovia, 2016 – second edition). Her novel, Arroz Montevideo / Montevideo Rice, came out in 2016 and was selected in the 31st edition of the Chambéry's First Novel Festival (France) as one of the best first Spanish novels of the year. Her poems have been translated into English, French, Italian, Portuguese or Esperanto.
She is the co-founder and blogger of the creative project Du bois à la maison.