Tatiana Țîbuleac is a writer and former reporter, born in Republica Moldova. In 2007 she moved to Paris, and in 2014 she published her first book, Fabule Moderne, a collection of short stories. Her acclaimed first novel, Vara în care mama a avut ochii verzi (The Summer in Which Mother had Green Eyes), tells the story of a dying woman and her son who are spending their last summer together in a French village. Awarded by the Writers’ Union of Moldova and the Romanian literature magazine Observator Cultural, the book was translated into French and Spanish, and is now being translated into several other languages including German and Italian.
Tatiana published her second novel Grădina de sticlă (The Glass Garden) in 2018, which this year received the European Union Prize for Literature.@tibuleac