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Brigidsfest — The Authors are Present: Female Irish writing comes to Berlin

From February 1-3, this festival at the Irish Embassy introduces Berliners to seven female Irish writers through […]

Poetry

Jay Bernard: “I’m haunted by history but I also haunt it back”

Croydon-born poet Jay Bernard will be at Poetry Night this evening at the ILB. We spoke about […]

Books

What to read this month: July 2022

Expressionist prose works, a feminist tale of 16th century isolation and an apocalyptic garden gnome make our […]

Film

Rediscovering Audre Lorde

Since the release of Audre Lorde – The Berlin Years 1984-1992 back in 2012, her brand of […]

Interview

Durs Grünbein on Porcelain, his poetry cycle on the fragmented history of Dresden

Büchner Prize-winning poet and essayist Durs Grünbein spoke with us about Dresden and the nature of violence.

Editor's note

Happy Stories, Mostly: A beguiling new collection from Norman Erikson Pasaribu

Alexander Wells on breakthrough gay Indonesian author Norman Erikson Pasaribu and his new short story collection.

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