Vera studied Journalism, Scriptwriting, European Literature and Transdisciplinarity of the Arts in Hanover, Hawaii, Perpignan, Santiago de Compostela, Bergamo and Zurich.
During her studies, she published short stories poems and graphic texts in literary journals and anthologies.
In 2011, she received a scholarship from the German National Merit Foundation for the Summer Academy on 'Writing Science in Fiction' in St. Johann, Italy.
Her debut novel "Runa" (Paperback Edition: "Runas Schweigen") was published by Limes in August 2015. It's also translated to Dutch and Polish. It was nominated for the "Friedrich Glauser Prize 2016", won the "Reader Prize 2015" and the "Skoutz Award 2016".
Her second novel, "Das Buch der Vergessenen Artisten" came out in September 2018 and is available in Dutch since July 2019.
Vera speaks five languages. Since 2012, she has been living and working in Zurich.
Skoutz Reader Award 2016; Category "Historical Fiction"
"Beste Boeken 2016" by Trouw (Netherlands)
Nominated for the Friedrich-Glauser Debut-Prize 2016
Lesepreis 2015 (Bronze); Category: „Historical Fiction“
Book of the Month at Thalia, 2015
Finalist, Open Mike in Berlin, 2012
Audience Award, North Hessian Literature Competition, 2012
Scholarship: Summer Academy 'Writing Science in Fiction', St. Johann, Italy, 2011
Winner HPU Shortscript Contest 2008 (Hawaii); Category "Original Screenplay"