Vesna Milek (1971) is one of the most acclaimed Slovenian journalists, known especially for her in-depth interviews for the largest national daily Delo. Her interviews with some of the world's most prominent literary, cultural, cinematic, artistic and fashion figures were published in a two-volume collection titled Interviews (Intervjuji, 2006 and 2010). She debuted as a novelist with Calypso (Kalipso, 2002), a captivating, provocative story about a young woman's passionate quest for authentic love and self-discovery, written in the form of a diary. The novel sold out, and by the time Milek had published a collection of her columns titled No Filter (Brez filtra, 2004) and her second novel If (Če, 2005) she was already an established author. Her biographical novel Cavazza (2011), inspired by the real-life story of Boris Cavazza, one of the leading Slovenian actors, became an overnight bestseller and won critical acclaim. In the Mood for Paris (Razpoložena za Pariz, 2015) is her latest book.