Swedish author Lina Wolff is one of the most innovative and challenging new voices in contemporary fiction. Her debut novel Bret Easton Ellis and Other Dogs was published by London-based independent publisher AndOtherStories in 2016. It was awarded the Vi Magazine Literature Prize and an English Pen award. Wolff’s writing has been compared to Roberto Bolano in its portrayal of the humour and bleakness that envelops everyday life. Her masterful exploration of modernity and identity, as well as the depth and strength of her female characters, sets her firmly amongst the most important European writers of today.