In the framework of Migration / Multilingualism @ House of the European History
Tatiana Tibuleac was born in 1978 in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, and has Moldovan and Romanian nationality. She studied at the Faculty of Journalism and Communications of the Moldova State University. She first came to the attention of a wide public in 1995, as writer of the ‘True Stories’ column in the Flux daily newspaper. In 1999, she joined the team at PRO TV Chișinău as a reporter, editor and news anchor and also worked in Moldova for UNICEF. Since 2008 she has been living in Paris.
She made her debut as a writer in 2014 with a collection of short stories Fabule Moderne - Modern Tales, from Urma Ta Publishing House, Chisinau. In 2017 her first novel appeared: Vara în care mama a avut ochii verzi - The Summer when my Mother had Green Eyes, Cartier Publishing House, was awarded the prize of the Writer´s Union of Moldova, the prize of the Observator Cultural literary magazine in Bucharest and the Observator Lyceum prize at the FILIT festival in Iași. The novel has been translated into French and Spanish. Grădina de sticlă - The Glass Garden is her second novel.