The short-stories debut of the author of TV screenplays and broadcast features. The 8 stories offer an equally authentic and humorous reflection of their characters' various forms of otherness as they try to find happiness in an uncertain and liquid reality. They reflect people in their twenties; however, they are not limited to the younger generation. The characters are both ordinary and out-of-the-ordinary, there is a lot of queerness, but nothing rare. After all, weirdoes can also be a common occurrence. In Unicorns, however, the weirdo is not made-to-order or mainstream. The author does not succumb to expectations dictated or subtly suggested by her cultural milieu. She succeeds in mirroring it in a precise and spot-on way, no matter whether she takes us to a café, a village shack, a rented apartment or to the psychiatry ward. The book won the Anasoft Litera Award 2021.