Henning Koch

Henning Koch

Henning Koch (b. 1962) was born in Uppsala, Sweden but at an early age moved to England, where he was brought up in London and Hampshire. After completing his degree studies in English Literature at Bedford College, London, in 1984, he spent a decade traveling and working in Asia, the United States, Spain and South America. His interest in Mediterranean and Hispanic cultures has been a strong influence in his writing, and continues to be a driving factor. His debut "Love Doesn't Work" (Dzanc, 2011) is a mixed-genre short story collection set in London, Sardinia and Stockholm. His first novel, "The Maggot People" (Dzanc, 2014), takes an irreverent look at religion and the underlying assumptions of immortality.
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