About Felicitas Hoppe
Felicitas Hoppe, born 1960 in Hameln lives in Berlin as a writer. She has been awarded various prestigous literary prizes. The author Felicitas Hoppe was born in 1960 and lives as a freelance writer in Berlin. Her first novel “Picnic of the Hairdressers” appeared in 1996, followed by “Pigafetta” in 1999, which she wrote after a trip around the world on a freighter, “Paradises, Overseas” in 2003 and “Crooks and Losers” in 2004. She has been granted numerous prices for her work, like the Aspekte Literary Award in 1996, the Ernst-Willner-Price in the Bachmann Literary Competition of 1996, the Brüder-Grimm-Price in 2005 and last but not least the Georg Büchner Prize 2012.