Lucie Faulerová (1989) graduated in Czech studies from Palacký University in Olomouc, where she is currently a postgraduate student in literary theory.
She works as a manager of cultural events and editor and collaborates with the conceptual artist Kateřina Šedá , with whom she co-authored the book BRNOX. Průvodce brněnským Bronxem (BRNOX. A guide to Brno’s Bronx, 2016) about a socially disadvantaged neighbourhood of Brno, which won the 2016 Magnesia Litera Award for journalism. Her debut novel, Lapači prachu (Dust Catchers) was nominated for the 2017 Magnesia Litera Award for prose and for Jiří Orten Award for authors under 30. In 2021, she received the European Union Prize for Literature for her novel Smrtholka (Death Maiden).