Born in 1991, Céline Zufferey is a writer with Valaisian roots who lives in Lyon. Zufferey studied French literature and social anthropology at the University of Fribourg and earned a Masters Degree at the Bern School of Fine Arts.
In her writing, Zufferey explores the concepts of image, object, and memory. In 2009, she was awarded the second prize of the Association valaisainne des écrivains. This was followed in 2014 by the first prize of the Prix du jeune écrivain de langue française (Young French Language Writer’s Prize) for her short story
28th Leukerbad International Literary Festival: