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Written by Monika FagerholmAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Monika Fagerholm

  • Format: Trade Paperback, 528 pages
  • Publisher: Other Press
  • On Sale: August 9, 2011
  • Price: $17.95
  • ISBN: 978-1-59051-305-7 (1-59051-305-3)
Also available as an eBook.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Monika Fagerholm’s much-praised first novel, Wonderful Women by the Sea, became one of the most widely translated Scandinavian literary novels of the mid-nineties and was nominated for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. In 1998 it was followed by the cult novel Diva, which won the Swedish Literature Society Award. Her third novel, The American Girl, became a number-one
best seller and won the premier literary award in Sweden, the August Prize, as well as the Aniara Prize and the Gothenburg Post Award.

Katarina E. Tucker was born in the United States and raised bilingually with English and Swedish. She holds a doctorate in Scandinavian literature from the University of Wisconsin. In 2003 she won the American-Scandinavian Foundation’s Translation Prize for her translation of Sven Deblanc’ Jerusalem’s Night. After dividing her time between Europe and North America, she now resides in the
Netherlands.