Julya Rabinowich

Julya Rabinowich was born in St. Petersburg in 1970, but has lived in Vienna since 1977, where she also studied. She works as a writer and columnist, and also worked as an interpreter until 2006. She is the author of Splithead (2008), which won awards including the 2009 Rauriser Literaturpreis, Herznovelle (2011), nominated for the Prix du Livre Européen, and Dazwischen: Ich, her first book for children. Julya has been awarded the Friedrich-Gerstäcker Prize, the Österreichischer Kinder- und Jugendbuchpreis award and the Luchs Prize (Die Zeit & Radio Bremen), and one of her works was selected among the seven best books for young readers (Deutschlandfunk). In 2019, she published the children’s book Hinter Glas.

 

Anthologies featuring Julya Rabinowich

Europa28

28 women from 28 different countries share their vision for the future of Europe.