Lena Müller, born 1982 in Berlin, worked after graduating from high school first as a baker in France and then studied literary writing and cultural studies in Hildesheim and Paris. Today she lives again in Berlin and works as a freelance literary translator and author of radio plays. Her radio plays are represented by Henschel Schauspiel. Her translations of Shumona Sinha: Slay the Poor! and Fiston Mwanza Mujila: Tram 83 were awarded the International Literature Prize at the House of Mujila of the cultures of the world. In 2017 she received the Working Stipend Literature of the Senate of Berlin. In recent years she had also the opportunity to gain experience in the field ofartists’ social security fund KSK, maternity benefit and parental benefit. In the course of the consultation she is willing to share these and other experiences.
Consultation languages: German, French