Tine Høeg is a Danish writer whose debut novel, Nye Rejsende/New Passengers, won Bogforum’s Debutantpris, the Danish prize for the year’s best debut work of literary fiction. The Royal Danish Theatre staged her adaptation of Nye Rejsende/New Passengers in autumn 2018 and the show sold out and received great critical acclaim. She is also the author of I Tried to Dance It Away, a radio play. She has published a collection of poetry, Hej Sol Fuck Love, and regularly contributes to various anthologies and journals. Her second novel, Tour de Chambre, was published in Summer 2020 by Gutkind Forlag and went straight into the bestsellers list. She lives in Copenhagen.