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Nataša Kramberger is a writer, columnist and organic farmer. She writes essays, reports, and commentary for newspapers and magazines. She won the 2010 European Union Prize for Literature for her debut novel, Nebesa v robidah. Her novel Primerljivi hektarji was published in 2021 by the publishing house Verrichter Verlag under the title Verfluchte Misteln (Cursed Mistletoe). During the summer she lives in Jurovski Dol, Slovenia, and runs – together with an organic art collective – Zelena centrala, a small biodynamic farm. During the winter she lives in Berlin.