Milena Moser is one of the most prolific and beloved Swiss authors. She has published 22 books to date, her novels range from the irreverent bestseller Die Putzfrauensinsel to the deeply moving multigenerational Epos Land der Söhne. She also published the highly acclaimed memoirs Das Glück Sieht Immer Anders Aus and Hinter Diesen Blauen Bergen which deal with the experience of leaving her country and starting over at middle age. The first has been translated into English. She’s been teaching Creative Writing in San Francisco, Santa Fe and in Switzerland, for the Swiss Journalism school and in Workshops, and she continues to do so mostly online. She wrote countless short stories, articles, radio plays; performed in the two-woman-show “Die Unvollendeten” and has a weekly column in a Swiss Sunday paper.
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