Prose Editor & Social Media Manager, Deputy Chairwoman at the nonprofit association Tint
First Language(s): German
Second Language(s): English, Spanish, Japanese
Andrea Färber is a PhD student of English and American Studies at the University of Graz. She researches literature with a particular interest in the representation of climate change in relation to the more-than-human world. When she does not have her nose in a book for her studies, she works for Tint Journal as assistant editor and social media manager.
What was your favorite book as a child?
Unfortunately I don’t remember the title anymore, but it was a book about dwarfs and their lives throughout the year.
What was the most adventurous or thrilling thing you ever did/experienced?
Ziplining a 700m long wire about 150m above ground. As someone who is terrified of heights, finding the strength to take the final step was the most thrilling feeling I’ve ever experienced.
Do you listen to music while reading or writing?
I never listen to music when I write, unless a story is inspired by a song. Then I will have the song play on repeat in the background to try and capture the mood when writing. Other than that, music only distracts me from writing.
Before and After
Issue Spring '19
On Inspiration and Identity — An Interview with Juhea Kim
May 8th, 2023
"Not Native": Murali Kamma debuts with a short story collection — A Review
September 4th, 2019
"Purple Hibiscus" by C. N. Adichie — A Review
June 18th, 2019
“In Guam, even the dead are dying” — A Review of Julian Aguon’s "The Properties of Perpetual Light"
January 24th, 2022