|Born||February 26, 1968|
|Occupation||Novelist, short story writer, journalist, translator|
Ana Kordzaia-Samadashvili (Georgian: ანა კორძაია-სამადაშვილი) (born February 26, 1968) is a Georgian writer and literary journalist who authored some of the best-selling prose of post-Soviet Georgian literature.
Ana Kordzaia-Samadashvili was born in 1968 and lives in Tbilisi. She is a writer, translator and literary journalist. She has won many Georgian literary prizes including the Saba Prize, the IliaUni Literary Prize and the Goethe Institute Award.
- Who Killed Chaika?, Bakur Sulakauri Publishing, 2013
- Marieta’s Way, Palitra L Publishing, 2012
- Children of Nightfall, Bakur Sulaakuri Publishing, 2011
- Me, Margarita, Bakur Sulaakuri Publishing, 2005, 2015 ISBN 978-1564788757
- Berikaoba, Bakur Sulakauri Publishing, 2003
Literary prizes and awards
- IliaUni Literary prize 2013 in the category "Best Novel" for Who Killed Chaika?
- Literary Award SABA 2003 in the category "Best Debut" for Berikaoba
- Goethe Institute Prize 1999 in the category "Best Translation" for her translation of Die Liebhaberinnen by Elfriede Jelinek
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