|Occupation||Writer, philosopher, critic|
|Notable works||Fragma, Temna snov|
Kumerdej graduated in philosophy and sociology of culture from the University of Ljubljana. Her debut novel Krst nad Triglavom (The Baptism Over Mount Triglav) is a parody and a witty and ironical revision of one of Slovene literary history's most important works, the epic poem Krst pri Savici (The Baptism at the Savica) by France Prešeren. Her next two published books, Fragma and Temna snov, are collections of short stories. Her stories have been translated into many languages and have been published in various Slovene and foreign literary journals and anthologies.
- Krst nad Triglavom (The Baptism Over Mount Triglav), novel, (2001)
- Fragma (Fragma), short stories, (2003)
- Temna snov (Dark Matter), short stories, (2011)
- Kronosova žetev (Chronos' Harvest), novel (2016)
- "Slovene Writers' Association site". Slovene writers' portal (in Slovenian). DSP Slovene Writers' Association. Retrieved 15 November 2011.
- Words Without Borders, the Online Magazine for International Literature
- Mojca Kumerdej at the Frankrurt Book Fair, flyer published by the Slovenian Book Agency
- "Nagrajenci Prešernovega sklada; od glasbenika do arhitektov". Delo. 2017-01-17. Retrieved 2017-01-18.
- Short story in English Under the Surface from Fragma on Read Central Slovenian Literature in Translation site
- Short story in English Hepatica from Temna snov on Read Central Slovenian Literature in Translation site
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