Gabrijela Babnik
Gabrijela Babnik,Ljubljana Slovenija 03.07.2013

Gabriela
Babnik

Gabriela Babnik was born in 1979 in Germany. She regularly contributes articles to all the major daily and weekly publications in Slovenia. In 2005, Babnik graduated in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory at the University of Ljubljana. Her first novel Koža iz bombaža (Cotton Skin) was published in 2007 and was awarded the Best Debut Novel by the Union of Slovenian Publishers at the Slovenian Book Fair. In 2009, her second novel V visoki travi (In the Tall Grass) was published and shortlisted for the Kresnik Award. Babnik lives with her family in Ljubljana.

Gabriela Babnik was born in 1979 in Germany. She regularly contributes articles to all the major daily and weekly publications in Slovenia. In 2005, Babnik graduated in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory at the University of Ljubljana. Her first novel Koža iz bombaža (Cotton Skin) was published in 2007 and was awarded the Best Debut Novel by the Union of Slovenian Publishers at the Slovenian Book Fair. In 2009, her second novel V visoki travi (In the Tall Grass) was published and shortlisted for the Kresnik Award. Babnik lives with her family in Ljubljana.

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