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Kathrin Röggla is an important voice among the New Generation of Austrian authors. Born in 1971 in Salzburg, Röggla has resided in Berlin since 1992. Although her early works were predominantly prose fiction and essays, her recent work has included radio plays, acoustic installations, theater pieces and experimental television. Röggla is the recipient of the Alexander Sacher-Masoch prize, the Italo-Svevo prize for literature and the Solothurner prize for literature, among many other literary honors.