Hannah Weber

Hannah Weber is freelance writer and doctoral candidate based in Brighton, U.K. Her current research focuses on contemporary critical theory and European border literature. More of her work can be found here.

The meteoric rise of Olga Tokarczuk, Poland’s pre-eminent novelist

The meteoric rise of Olga Tokarczuk, Poland’s pre-eminent novelist

Letter from Herzegovina: daredevil diving and painful history in a modern Bosnia on the edge

Letter from Herzegovina: daredevil diving and painful history in a modern Bosnia on the edge

A Swarm of Dust: Slovenia’s Evald Flisar takes you on a chaotic whirlwind through sex and obsession

A Swarm of Dust: Slovenia’s Evald Flisar takes you on a chaotic whirlwind through sex and obsession

Fact and Fox: enter the world of Dubravka Ugrešić’s new novel, a visceral study in elusiveness

Fact and Fox: enter the world of Dubravka Ugrešić’s new novel, a visceral study in elusiveness

Yolka: the story of Russia’s ‘New Year tree’, from pagan origins to Soviet celebrations

Yolka: the story of Russia’s ‘New Year tree’, from pagan origins to Soviet celebrations

24 hours in Lviv: make the most of your next trip to west Ukraine’s tourism capital

24 hours in Lviv: make the most of your next trip to west Ukraine’s tourism capital

Letter from Butmir: a Sarajevo neighbourhood coming to terms with the scars of siege warfare

Letter from Butmir: a Sarajevo neighbourhood coming to terms with the scars of siege warfare

Caucasian literature: the best contemporary fiction to add to your reading list

Caucasian literature: the best contemporary fiction to add to your reading list

Balkan literature: the best contemporary fiction to add to your reading list

Balkan literature: the best contemporary fiction to add to your reading list