Ananda Devi was born in 1957 in Mauritius, noted for its confluence of diverse ethnic, cultural and linguistic identities. After a few years spent in Congo-Brazzaville, Devi moved to Ferney-Voltaire in Switzerland in 1989, where she lives today. She has published twelve novels as well as short stories and poetry, and was featured at the PEN World Voices Festival in New York in 2015. Her literary awards include the Prix des Cinq Continents de la Francophonie (2006) and Prix Télévision Suisse Romande (2007) for Ève de ses décombres, as well as the Prix Louis-Guilloux (2010) and the Prix Mokanda (2012) for other works. In 2014 she was awarded the Prix du Rayonnement de la langue et de la littérature françaises by the Académie Française. Latest publications: Eve Out of Her Ruins and The Living Days were translated by Jeffrey Zuckerman, and both published by Les Fugitives in the UK.
Related / Latest Publications:
|Eve out of her ruins, Ananda Devi, translated by Jeffrey Zuckerman, published by Les Fugitives
|The Living Days, translated by Jeffrey Zuckerman, published by Les Fugitives