Erzsébet körút 9, Budapest
Menasse was born in 1970 in Vienna. She studies Germanic Studies and History, worked as an editor of the Profil magazine and later in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Journal. Her first work Holocaust Under Trial published in 2000 is an elaboration of the court process with the denier of the final solution David Irving. She was also active as a correspondent in Prague and Berlin. Today she lives as a freelance writer; her husband is a German writer Michael Kumpfmüller. Her first fiction was published under the title Vienna in 2005. A witty story of a Jewish-Christian family has gradually reached the top positions in bestseller ladders. Menasse was a guest to the 2007 Budapest First Novel Festival; in the United Kingdom she received a nomination for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize. A set of short stories Odpustitelné hříchy was published in Hungarian in 2010.
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