Eva Menasse

Eva Menasse, born in 1970 in Vienna, began her journalism work with Profil in Vienna. She became editor of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, covering the trial of the Holocaust-denier David Irving in London, and wrote a book about it. Following a stay in Prague, she worked as the cultural correspondent in Vienna. She has lived since 2003 in Berlin as a freelance writer. Her debut novel, Vienna, was greeted with great success from critics and readers. L√§ssliche Tods√ľnden, published by Kiepenheuer & Witsch, appeared in 2009. (2011)


Winter 2011 (Issue 06), Gluttony