Hanna Bervoets began her career as a film critic and columnist, and appeared in, among others, Volkskrant Magazine and The Correspondent. But she could do more. Since 2009, she has released six novels, sold the film rights for Lieve Celine and Efter, and received the Frans Kellendonk Prize for her original take on social issues. Her latest novel, Fuzzie, also proves her social engagement. The novel is a search for love, a literary experiment on what moves people, and a quest for affection.