Lana Citron is the award-winning Irish author of five novels; Sucker, Spilt Milk, Transit, The Honey Trap, and The Brodsky Touch, and two non-fiction books, Edible Pleasures and A Compendium of Kisses. The latter described in The Economist as ‘an intellectual and indulgent treat; a wonderful and comprehensive book on all things osculatory’. Published in the US, Japan and translated into many European languages. Citron's work includes; short stories, poems, articles, copy writing and book reviews. Plays and film scripts include BBC Radio4’s afternoon drama, The Love Saboteur and the multi-award-winning short films, I was the Cigarette Girl and Hannah Cohen’s Holy Communion, which has won eight international awards and is used in the UK as an educational tool by 3Faiths Forum. Recipient of the Authors Foundation Award from the Society of Authors to develop her current book, The Return of Annie Kaye, she is represented by literary agent Sarah Such.
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