Elin Cullhed’s Euphoria has received another rave review, this time from Vi Läser magazine.
“It’s liberating that Cullhed does not interpret Plath’s life through its end: the suicide. Instead, she depicts the poets neurotically vibrant, intense joie-de-vivre and tireless attempts to combine family life with her writing. Do you need to have read Plath to read this novel? No. This is a wonderful portrait of a sensitive person’s struggle to make life work.”
Euphoria was published in Sweden by Wahlström & Widstrand on March 1st.