More praise for Jingle Land, Miina Supinen’s holiday-themed satire

Supinen_Mantelimaa_cover WSOYJingle Land (WSOY 2015), Miina Supinen’s Tim Burton-esque tale of winter holidays gone awry, continues to garner glowing reviews. Critics are complimenting Supinen’s skillful mix of irony, absurdity and humanity.

The novel is set in an over-the-top adult theme park ruled by a man obsessed with two things: Christmas and his childhood crush, a former pop star named Molli. Contact the Agency for an English sample and synopsis!

Praise for Jingle Land:

”Supinen is a talented social critic…she has managed to infuse Jingle Land with both criticism of our entertainment-and-sex-obsessed time and a strong narrative.”
Turun Sanomat newspaper, Finland

”Supinen’s prose is a showcase of sharp dialogue…In spite of the fact that she depicts a shallow-seeming artificial reality, the story has a deeper undercurrent. On the background is her criticism of the fact that this artificial reality has become everyday life.”
Oulun Ylioppilaslehti (The University of Oulu student newspaper), Finland

”Miina Supinen’s prose grabs and befriends a reader, and off we go. A delightful read!”
Kirjavinkit (”Book Tips”) literature blog, Finland

Jingle Land is fantastic. Miina Supinen’s prose flows smoothly, grinning as it moves along. I enjoyed the irony shining between the lines.”
Morren maailma (”Morre’s World”) literature blog, Finland

“The novel deals with serious topics under the guise of a comedy. Supinen encapsulates reality through a skillful use of cliches, and dismantles mundane, one-track thinking.”
Helsingin Sanomat newspaper, Finland

“The story’s perceptive narrator puts many of our society’s ossified conceptions through the wringer.”
Me Naiset magazine, Finland

“This is a must-buy Christmas gift for someone who isn’t a huge fan of Christmas as backwards as this idea may seem.”
Mari A:n kirjablogi (“Mari A’s Book Blog”), Finland

About the author:

Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author known for her distinctive mix of playfulness and psychological insight. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Literature Prize, her novel Jelly
Control (WSOY 2007), is a cult classic, and her collection of short stories Land of the Apatosaurus
(WSOY 2010) was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize. Supinen was also selected as one
of Finland’s best young novelists by Granta (2014).

RIGHTS SOLD: MIINA SUPINEN
Original publisher: FINLAND, WSOY
CZECH REPUBLIC, Nakladatelství Brána  (Ray Girl)
DENMARK, Turbine (Ray Girl)
GERMANY, Suhrkamp (Ray Girl and Jelly Control)

Reading materials: Jingle Land
English sample
English synopsis
Finnish edition

Contact: info@ahlbackagency.com

Miina Supinen


Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following, and many consider her the funniest, most effervescent female writer in Finland. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book of the Year Award in 2007, her novel Jelly Control (Liha tottelee kuria, WSOY 2007), is a cult classic. The collection of short stories, Land of the Apatosaurus (Apatosauruksen maa, WSOY 2010), was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize.

Based on Supinen’s radio plays, Violet Jawbone’s Career Guide (Orvokki Leukaluun urakirja, WSOY 2013) was published in the spring of 2013. Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013), is a mystical love story examining death, beauty, love, religion, sexual norms and culture clashes. Her latest book, Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, Tammi 2015), is a darkly comical look at Christmas obsession gone awry.

Bibliography


Miina Supinen

Madelein and Michelin's Cooking Club

2018, Chapter Books (6-9 Years)


Miina Supinen

Jingle Land

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Ray Girl

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Jelly Control

2007, Literary Fiction

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Rave reviews for Miina Supinen’s adult fairy tale, Jingle Land

SupinennewsletterMay2015Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, WSOY 2015), author Miina Supinen’s frightening, satirical and touching adult fairy tale reminiscent of Tim Burton, has received glowing reviews since its publication in August. Critics are praising Supinen’s ability to recognize the absurd in societal conventions.

”The novel deals with serious topics under the guise of a comedy. Supinen encapsulates reality through a skillful use of cliches, and dismantles mundane, one-track thinking.”
Helsingin Sanomat newspaper, Finland

”The story’s perceptive narrator puts many of our society’s ossified conceptions through the wringer.”
Me Naiset magazine, Finland

”This is a must-buy Christmas gift for someone who isn’t a huge fan of Christmas as backwards as this idea may seem.”
Mari A:n kirjablogi (”Mari A’s Book Blog”), Finland

Jingle Land is set in an over-the-top theme park ruled by a man obsessed with two things: Christmas and his childhood crush, a former pop star named Molli. Contact the Agency for a full English synopsis and excerpt, published in the celebratory English-language issue of the Finnish Granta last year. An English sample will be available in October.

RIGHTS SOLD: MIINA SUPINEN
Original publisher: FINLAND, WSOY
CZECH REPUBLIC, Nakladatelství Brána  (Ray Girl)
DENMARK, Turbine (Ray Girl)
GERMANY, Suhrkamp (Ray Girl and Jelly Control)

Reading materials: Jingle Land
English excerpt
English sample available soon!
English synopsis
Finnish edition

Contact: info@ahlbackagency.com

Miina Supinen


Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following, and many consider her the funniest, most effervescent female writer in Finland. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book of the Year Award in 2007, her novel Jelly Control (Liha tottelee kuria, WSOY 2007), is a cult classic. The collection of short stories, Land of the Apatosaurus (Apatosauruksen maa, WSOY 2010), was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize.

Based on Supinen’s radio plays, Violet Jawbone’s Career Guide (Orvokki Leukaluun urakirja, WSOY 2013) was published in the spring of 2013. Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013), is a mystical love story examining death, beauty, love, religion, sexual norms and culture clashes. Her latest book, Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, Tammi 2015), is a darkly comical look at Christmas obsession gone awry.

Bibliography


Miina Supinen

Madelein and Michelin's Cooking Club

2018, Chapter Books (6-9 Years)


Miina Supinen

Jingle Land

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Ray Girl

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Jelly Control

2007, Literary Fiction

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Miina Supinen talks Jingle Land, her Tim Burton-esque adult fairy tale

SupinennewsletterMay2015Last week marked the Finnish publication of Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, WSOY 2015),  Miina Supinen’s frightening, satirical and touching examination of winter holidays gone awry. The novel is set in an over-the-top theme park ruled by a man obsessed with two things: Christmas and his childhood crush, a former pop star named Molli.

Supinen was recently interviewed by her publisher WSOY about her genre-bending style and her inspiration behind Jingle Land. See the Finnish-language video here.

”While we try to make Christmas into a time of peace, relaxation, love and light, it is also a horrifying carnival of shopping. A person can become so deeply confused by this paradox that the end result is downright macabre; I created this adult fairy tale from this perspective,” Supinen said.

”Like Tim Burton’s films, Jingle Land addresses real-life issues in its own reality,” Supinen continued. ”There are comedic elements, but also deep and painful issues and stories of human fates.”

Supinen said that writing Jingle Land was inspired by her own observations and frustrations during the holiday season.

”I have the same Christmas traumas as everyone else; it’s this horrific theatrical display done for the kids and for social media…even if everything else goes right, the moms are often so exhausted from fussing around and cleaning that they are practically sobbing by the time Christmas Eve rolls around,” she said.

”At my family we have a sleepover on the living room floor and let the kids snack on chocolate. Otherwise is goodbye, Christmas for me,” she added.

Contact the Agency for a full English synopsis and excerpt of Jingle Land, published in the celebratory English-language issue of the Finnish Granta last year. An English sample will be available in October.

RIGHTS SOLD: MIINA SUPINEN
Original publisher: FINLAND, WSOY
CZECH REPUBLIC, Nakladatelství Brána  (Ray Girl)
DENMARK, Turbine (Ray Girl)
GERMANY, Suhrkamp (Ray Girl and Jelly Control)

Reading materials: Jingle Land
English excerpt
English synopsis
Finnish edition

Reading materials: Ray Girl
English sample
English synopsis
German edition
Finnish edition

Contact: info@ahlbackagency.com

Miina Supinen


Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following, and many consider her the funniest, most effervescent female writer in Finland. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book of the Year Award in 2007, her novel Jelly Control (Liha tottelee kuria, WSOY 2007), is a cult classic. The collection of short stories, Land of the Apatosaurus (Apatosauruksen maa, WSOY 2010), was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize.

Based on Supinen’s radio plays, Violet Jawbone’s Career Guide (Orvokki Leukaluun urakirja, WSOY 2013) was published in the spring of 2013. Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013), is a mystical love story examining death, beauty, love, religion, sexual norms and culture clashes. Her latest book, Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, Tammi 2015), is a darkly comical look at Christmas obsession gone awry.

Bibliography


Miina Supinen

Madelein and Michelin's Cooking Club

2018, Chapter Books (6-9 Years)


Miina Supinen

Jingle Land

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Ray Girl

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Jelly Control

2007, Literary Fiction

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Miina Supinen visits the sinister heart of winter holidays in Jingle Land

SupinennewsletterMay2015Known as one of Finland’s funniest and most effervescent writers, Miina Supinen has earned fans with her award-winning breakthrough Jelly Control (WSOY 2007) and most recently her genre-bending love story Ray Girl (WSOY 2013), sold in Germany, Denmark and the Czech Republic.

This fall will see the publication of her new novel Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, WSOY 2015), a dark, satirical, a touch supernatural and surprisingly heartfelt look at winter holidays gone awry. An English-language excerpt of the novel, set in an over-the-top holiday park owned by a man obsessed with Christmas, was included in the celebratory fall 2014 issue of Granta in Finland.

We recently chatted with Miina about the mad spectacle of the holiday season and her inspiration behind Jngle Land. Read our interview below!

Q: What sparked the idea for Jingle Land, and how did it evolve?

A: I’m always intrigued by the social masks we all wear, and the theater in which we all have to take part. Christmas is probably one of the biggest ”performances” of all, especially for moms. It’s supposed to be a lovely, sweet-spirited holiday with all these warm and fuzzy traditions. But that’s actually quite a tall order: how do you manage to bake, cook, clean the house, decorate, buy presents in crowded shopping malls and still remain calm and christmassy in your heart? In Finland Christmas takes place during the darkest time of the year, and everybody just wants to curl up and sleep. So, in the end most of us end up pretending – for our kids, for our Facebook friends, and even to ourselves.

I wanted to write a comedy about the worst Christmas possible, and got the idea of a Citizen Kane-like character who wants to build a vast, sparkling theme park in which Christmas is eternal. Then the character of Molly, a former pop singer and mother of two who comes to work in Jingle Land, came along.

Q: Does Jingle Land have any intentional ties to the real-life Santa Park that exists in Finland?

A: Jingle Land is one hundred percent fictional! The story takes place in contemporary Finland. The theme park of Jingle Land is Christmas gone gloriously bad – it’s sort of a surreal, grotesque, tingly, sparkly nightmare, where all you can do is shop and party and ogle strippers dressed as elves. I sincerely hope that real-life Santa Claus parks are nothing like that. Obviously Jingle Land is partly a satire about the commercialization of Christmas, but it’s also a satire of the warm, quiet family holiday we are all supposed to have.

Q: The story is a mix of heartfelt, nostalgic, sinister and slightly supernatural. Was this balance intentional on your part?

A: Jingle Land is sort of a comedy-thriller. It’s also a story about a mom who really loves her kids even though she hates putting on the spectacle of Christmas. I hope it offers readers some relief: no matter how badly you mess up your own Christmas, it can never be quite as bad as Jingle Land.

Q: Which authors or artists inspired the style of Jingle Land?

A: Jingle Land is influenced by Strip Tease (by Carl Hiaasen) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. While writing I also thought a lot about the film Spirited Away by Hayao Miyazaki. Jingle Land is crazy and surreal, and it has a dreamlike quality. And in the end there’s some beauty too, but my characters have to go a long way to find it…

RIGHTS SOLD
Original publisher: FINLAND, WSOY
CZECH REPUBLIC, Nakladatelství Brána  (Ray Girl)
DENMARK, Turbine (Ray Girl)
GERMANY, Suhrkamp (Ray Girl and Jelly Control)

Reading materials: Jingle Land
English excerpt
English synopsis

Reading materials: Ray Girl
English sample
English synopsis
German edition
Finnish edition

Contact: info@ahlbackagency.com

Miina Supinen


Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following, and many consider her the funniest, most effervescent female writer in Finland. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book of the Year Award in 2007, her novel Jelly Control (Liha tottelee kuria, WSOY 2007), is a cult classic. The collection of short stories, Land of the Apatosaurus (Apatosauruksen maa, WSOY 2010), was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize.

Based on Supinen’s radio plays, Violet Jawbone’s Career Guide (Orvokki Leukaluun urakirja, WSOY 2013) was published in the spring of 2013. Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013), is a mystical love story examining death, beauty, love, religion, sexual norms and culture clashes. Her latest book, Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, Tammi 2015), is a darkly comical look at Christmas obsession gone awry.

Bibliography


Miina Supinen

Madelein and Michelin's Cooking Club

2018, Chapter Books (6-9 Years)


Miina Supinen

Jingle Land

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Ray Girl

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Jelly Control

2007, Literary Fiction

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Miina Supinen’s Ray Girl gets critical raves

Supinen SadeMiina Supinen, whose 2007 novel Jelly Control (Liha tottelee kuria, WSOY) was nominated for the prestigious Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book award, continues to entice critics and readers with her latest creation, Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013). The book examines love, regret, commitment, sex, culture clashes and religion through the story of vivacious Finnish woman Säde, cynical English archeologist Vic and emotionally reserved computer programmer Antti.

“Ray Girl is not only a gutsy love story, but also a humorous and audacious look at people’s emotional needs. Readers are allowed, and should, laugh at the various ways in which we try to fill our inner void,” wrote Turun Sanomat (“Turku Times”) newspaper.

“I really enjoyed Supinen’s laid-back use of language. Her humor doesn’t feel forced but hits you in a sneaky way. Even the religious examination is done in good taste,” said Morren maailma (“Morre’s world”) literature blog, calling Ray Girl one of the year’s best Finnish novels.

“She is a distinctive addition to Finnish contemporary literature: an author who intrinsically writes from an unabashedly comical perspective,” Finland’s largest newspaper Helsingin Sanomat has said of Supinen.

In addition to the 2014 publication of Ray Girl and later release of Jelly Control in Germany, Supinen’s short stories will appear in two German publications this year. Rights to Ray Girl have also been sold in Denmark.

Rights sold

Ray Girl and Jelly Control
Germany, Suhrkamp

Ray Girl
Denmark, Turbine

Reading material:
Ray Girl: English sample
Jelly Control: English sample

For more information see Miina Supinen Rights Guide.

Contact: info@ahlbackagency.com

Miina Supinen


Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following, and many consider her the funniest, most effervescent female writer in Finland. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book of the Year Award in 2007, her novel Jelly Control (Liha tottelee kuria, WSOY 2007), is a cult classic. The collection of short stories, Land of the Apatosaurus (Apatosauruksen maa, WSOY 2010), was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize.

Based on Supinen’s radio plays, Violet Jawbone’s Career Guide (Orvokki Leukaluun urakirja, WSOY 2013) was published in the spring of 2013. Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013), is a mystical love story examining death, beauty, love, religion, sexual norms and culture clashes. Her latest book, Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, Tammi 2015), is a darkly comical look at Christmas obsession gone awry.

Bibliography


Miina Supinen

Madelein and Michelin's Cooking Club

2018, Chapter Books (6-9 Years)


Miina Supinen

Jingle Land

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Ray Girl

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Jelly Control

2007, Literary Fiction

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Frankfurt deals: Rights to Ray Girl sold in Germany and in Denmark and Cruel is the Night in Italy!

Supinen_Sade_etukansiWe are thrilled to announce that the German rights to Ray Girl and Jelly Control by Miina Supinen have been sold in a two-book-deal to Suhrkamp for publication in 2014 and 2015.  Danish rights to Ray Girl have been acquired by Turbine Forlaget for publication in 2014.

A mystical love story. Beauty meets two beasts in search of the meaning of life and death.

“I wanted to write a novel about the most important things in life – love and death. I wanted to say something new and fresh, genuine and heart-breaking and still fabulously fun. Ray Girl is an extraordinary love triangle, a novel about light and shadow, about the impermanence of everything and amazingly good sex. Plus a little about archaeology and ancient gods and wildflowers.“ – Writer Miina Supinen

Praise:
“Säde (Ray Girl)  invites the reader to surrender.”   Helsingin Sanomat newspaper, Finland

“Miina Supinen’s book (Jelly Control) is side-splittingly hilarious.“ – Helsingin Sanomat  newspaper, Finland

Reading material: English sample and synopsis; Finnish edition
Original publisher: WSOY, September 2013, 328 pp.

 

Hamalainen_Ilta on julma_cover_(c) WSOY 2013Italian rights to literary thriller Cruel is the Night by Karo Hämäläinen have been sold to Newton Compton for publication in 2014.

Agatha Christie meets Quentin Tarantino by way of Alfred Hitchcock.

Praise for Cruel is the Night:
“ A thriller that lasts the duration of a dinner is a compelling setup. The diners’ repartee and the flashbacks revealing their relationships call to mind Herman Koch’s The Dinner, translated into Finnish last year. Hämäläinen’s novel takes things to a completely different level, however. – The reader follows events safely through a wall of Plexiglas, holding back laughter but absolutely absorbed.”
 – Helsingin Sanomat newspaper, Finland

Reading material: English sample and synopsis; German sample, Finnish edition
Original publisher: WSOY, August  2013, 345 pp.

Rights enquiries: Elina@ahlbackagency.com

Karo Hämäläinen


Karo Hämäläinen (b. 1976) has two passions: literature and the stock market, and has a 15-year background as an economics reporter. He works as the managing editor managing editor of Parnasso, Finland’s best-known literary publication. Hämäläinen’s novel The Buyout was shortlisted for the Savonia Prize in 2011 and received the Tampere Literary Prize in 2012.

Hämäläinen has studied both in the humanities and in economics. Following stints in Helsinki, Munich and Berlin, he now lives in Tampere, Finland. He is a popular lecturer and guest commentator, and has had his own radio show. In his professional work, he uses Finnish, English, German and Swedish. In his spare time, Hämäläinen likes reading and running; his record marathon time set in 2010 is 3:04:04.

Miina Supinen


Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following, and many consider her the funniest, most effervescent female writer in Finland. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book of the Year Award in 2007, her novel Jelly Control (Liha tottelee kuria, WSOY 2007), is a cult classic. The collection of short stories, Land of the Apatosaurus (Apatosauruksen maa, WSOY 2010), was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize.

Based on Supinen’s radio plays, Violet Jawbone’s Career Guide (Orvokki Leukaluun urakirja, WSOY 2013) was published in the spring of 2013. Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013), is a mystical love story examining death, beauty, love, religion, sexual norms and culture clashes. Her latest book, Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, Tammi 2015), is a darkly comical look at Christmas obsession gone awry.

Beauty meets two beasts. A mystical love story from Finland by Miina Supinen.

supinen2We are thrilled to announce the representation of an award-winning Finnish author, who is considered the funniest and most effervescent female writer in Finland: Miina Supinen and her mystical love story RAY GIRL!

Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013) was published on September 18th by WSOY as their lead title for Fall 2013 and is the second highly anticipated novel from a unique writing talent.

Beauty meets two beasts in search of the meaning of life and death.

Everyone loves Säde. She’s every man’s dream and every woman’s best friend, a fun-loving, carefree, and delightfully sexually uninhibited young archaeologist. But such girls don’t really exist. The deepest secrets lurk behind the broadest smiles. This is not a girl you want to invite to the dig.

Writer Miina Supinen: ”… I wanted to write a novel about the most important things in life – love and death. I wanted to say something new and fresh, genuine and heart-breaking and still fabulously fun. It’s an extraordinary love triangle, a novel about light and shadow, about the impermanence of everything and amazingly good sex. Plus a little about archaeology and ancient gods and wildflowers.”

Victor had no expectations of life after death. But here he is, watching while a serious woman pulls a serious little boy on a sledge through a snow storm. How did it all happen? Vivacious Säde (Ray Girl) and cynical Victor are beavering away on archaeological excavations in Finland, led by fiery and charismatic Voula with a motley crew of disciples worshipping ancient gods. At home, Säde has Antti, a successful game programmer, waiting for her. What will the excavations turn up? Do gods exist? Who wins the heart of care-free Säde?

Ray Girl is a mystical love story, an unusual love triangle, a comedy about the collision between faith and science, a coming-of-age story that combines genres and a novel about an atheist who wants to belong to a cult.

Author bio:

Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following, and many consider her the funniest, most effervescent female writer in Finland. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book of the Year Award in 2007, her novel Jelly Control (2007), is a cult classic. The collection of short stories Land of the Apatosaurus was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize. Based on Supinen’s radio plays, Violet Jawbone’s Career Guide was published in spring 2013. Her latest book, Ray Girl (2013), is a mystical love story sure to make you laugh and likely to make you cry.

Reading material:
Finnish edition
English synopsis
English sample

World Rights: Elina Ahlbäck Literary Agency: Elina@ahlbackagency.com

Please ask for reading materials: Everyone loves Säde. She’s every man’s dream and every woman’s best friend!

Miina Supinen


Miina Supinen (b. 1976) is a journalist, essayist and author. Her critically acclaimed novels and short stories have a dedicated fan following, and many consider her the funniest, most effervescent female writer in Finland. Nominated for the Helsingin Sanomat Debut Book of the Year Award in 2007, her novel Jelly Control (Liha tottelee kuria, WSOY 2007), is a cult classic. The collection of short stories, Land of the Apatosaurus (Apatosauruksen maa, WSOY 2010), was nominated for the 2010 Runeberg Prize.

Based on Supinen’s radio plays, Violet Jawbone’s Career Guide (Orvokki Leukaluun urakirja, WSOY 2013) was published in the spring of 2013. Ray Girl (Säde, WSOY 2013), is a mystical love story examining death, beauty, love, religion, sexual norms and culture clashes. Her latest book, Jingle Land (Mantelimaa, Tammi 2015), is a darkly comical look at Christmas obsession gone awry.

Bibliography


Miina Supinen

Madelein and Michelin's Cooking Club

2018, Chapter Books (6-9 Years)


Miina Supinen

Jingle Land

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Ray Girl

2013, Literary Fiction


Miina Supinen

Jelly Control

2007, Literary Fiction

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