Marina Cecilie Roné was born in Copenhagen. She studied literature in Paris, has been a literary critic for the daily newspaper Information, and later for the newspaper Jyllands-Posten. Her debut in 1990 with the short story collection Ud af et skød aroused a good deal of attention. In 1993, she published the prose monologue Skrifte til min elskede, in which the female first person excoriates human relationships in a sharp-edged, sarcastic narrative.
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The above biography was first published in 1998. Since then, Marina Cecilie Roné has published the novels Lyng, 1999, Terkels testamente, 2001, N.I.M.B.Y.: not in my backyard, 2007, and Det skete, 2010. She has also written the poetry collection Kaktushænder, 2000, and the short story collection Blomsterbørnene, 2006.