Claudia Casanova (Barcelona, 1974) is a graduate in Economics and Translation. She began writing stories at the age of 12 and wrote two novels before graduating. Her professional career began in the publishing sector, first as a manuscript reader and translator and later as an editor. She is editor in Ático de los Libros Publishing House.
She has published two historical novels: the first, La dama y el león (Planeta, 2006) set in medieval France, has been translated into several languages. In 2009 she published La tierra de Dios (Planeta) about Spain divided between three cultures. She is a member of the American Historical Association and collaborates with other media, radio programmes and historical magazines. Her third novel is La perla negra (Ediciones B) set in the 12th century in Narbonne in the south of France.