Henriette Rostrup

Henriette Rostrup is a Danish writer of both adult and children’s fiction. The novel - A YEAR OF FUNERALS (2015) was longlisted for the European Union Prize for Literature in 2016 and chosen as Aller Favorite in 2016. The graphic novel The Lake was nominated for best debut at the Ping-prize in 2018. The short story Brood appeared in Coal Hill Review Winter 2020 Issue, and the short story Children’s Stories was just published in Parhelion Literary Magazines Summer 2020 issue.

Pia Møller grew up in Salling, Denmark and graduated from Aarhus University. She came to the U.S. as a graduate student, earned a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from George Mason University, Virginia, and spent a decade as an interdisciplinary college instructor. She now works as a program manager and grant writer for a refugee-serving organization in Rochester, New York and translates on the side. Her translation of Kenneth B. Andersen’s grade/teen novel The Die of Death appeared in 2019. She is currently at work translating the first volume of Rostrup’s The Dead City trilogy. Her translation of Rostrup’s short story “Brood” appeared in Coal Hill Review winter 2020 issue.