Ana Schnabl (1985) is a writer, journalist and literary critic. A doctoral student of Philosophy since 2016, Schnabl focuses her research on the female autobiography and confession and the woman in psychoanalysis. She writes for literary journal Literatura and online portal AirBeletrina, has collaborated with daily Dnevnik and is the editor-in-chief of the European Review of Poetry, Books and Culture. In 2014, her short story MDMA was the winner of AirBeletrina’s short fiction competition. Disentangling (Razvezani, 2017), a short story collection, is her first book. According to notable Slovenian litrerary critic Urban Vovk, her story Trittico is to be counted among the most intriguing fiction written in recent years. Schnabl is currently working on a play and a novel, with the latter delving into the topics of infidelity, illegitimate children and the golden 1980s in Slovenia.
Awards and nominations
Best Debut Award of the Slovenian Book Fair2017
Shortlisted for the MIRA Literary Award of the Slovenian PEN Centre2017
Shortlisted for the Novo mesto Award for best short story collection2018