Olga Flor

Olga Flor
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Olga Flor, born in Vienna in 1968, is a freelance writer and studied physics.

She writes, novels, short prose, essays, theater and musical theater pieces. She has also been a lecturer in the Language Arts program at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and an exhibition curator. In her debut novel The Queen is Dead she writes about a young European woman in the USA of the near future and poses questions about guilt and responsibility.

In her texts she deals thematically otherwise with politics, populism, economics and family dramas. Olga Flor was awarded, among others, the Droste Prize of the city of Meersburg 2018. This fall, her new book Unter dem Moor (Jung und Jung) will be published.