Author & Scriptwriter
Lana Citron is a prize-winning author and scriptwriter. She has published five novels, two non-fiction books and numerous short stories, plays, poems, film scripts, articles and book reviews.
Lana’s novels, which have been published in Europe and the US and translated into many languages, are; Sucker, Spilt Milk, Transit, The Honey Trap, and The Brodsky Touch. Her first non-fiction work, A Compendium of Kisses was ‘book of the week’ in The Economist which described it as ‘an intellectual and indulgent treat; a wonderful and comprehensive book on all things osculatory’.
Lana’s plays and scripts include The Love Saboteur and the multi-award-winning short films I was the Cigarette Girl and Hannah Cohen’s Holy Communion. The latter is currently used by 3Faiths Forum in their educational program throughout the UK.
Lana has written numerous articles for a wide variety of newspapers and magazines. In 2013 Huffington Post hosted her blog The Diary of an Accidental Mother.