Gabriela Babnik, born 1979 in Göppingen, is a Slovene writer, translator and literary critic. She completed an MA degree at the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana, examining the contemporary Nigerian novel and also translated Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novel Half of a Yellow Sun into Slovene. She has published literary reviews, commentaries and interviews in various newspapers, magazines and journals in Slovenia. In 2008 she received the main Slovene literary prize for the best debut novel for Cotton Skin and her third novel Dry Season received the European Union Prize for Literature in 2013. The same year she was awarded the Stritar Award for the most promising young literary critic.
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