A graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, Lana Citron is the author of five novels, poetry and short stories which have been anthologised and broadcast on BBC Radio 4, short films (‘I was the Cigarette Girl,’ ‘Hannah Cohen’s Holy Communion’) and the radio play, ‘Love Saboteur’.
A trained actress, she has appeared on TV, theatre and film. She has also performed as a stand-up comic and appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Her collection of kiss curiosities for die-hard romantics and cynics alike – A Compendium of Kisses – was published in seven countries to critical acclaim. She currently blogs for the Huffington Post.
Some of Lana Citron's books: