Kristina Vulgan was born in Czechoslovakia, with her childhood spent in socialism and teenage years in emerging capitalism.
She decided to become a writer the very moment she learned how to read and write. She’s been writing since, with her first published fiction and poetry at the age of 14, in the Czechoslovak newsweek magazine Mlade Rozlety.
She has been publishing her short stories and poetry since, both in national and international magazines and newspapers.
Vulgan’s first book - a fairytale about two little puppies, ASTIK A OBIK  won the national prize for the Best Book of the Year, the Most Beautiful Book of the Year and the Most Read Book in Libraries written by a Slovak author [alongside with the prize for J.K.Rowling’s Harry Potter for a foreign author book].
Based on the book Astik a Obik, Vulgan wrote a musical for children, TRIP, which was premiered in The Slovak National Puppet theatre in 2006.
KNIHA STRACANIA [SOFA, 2006] liken to the Alchemist or the Little Prince, received top reviews and was translated to English and published in th UK in December 2007 by Baineth Publications under the title DISPOSITION OF THE LINES. The book is now being translated to Polish, French and Japanese, published by Revolter Publishing.
She lives in San Francisco and is a lead singer in a rock band Radio Rebels.
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