Antje Rávik Strubel lives in Potsdam. Her publications include the novels “Fremd Gehen. Ein Nachtstück” (Mare 2002), “Tupolew 134” (CH.Beck 2004), “Kältere Schichten der Luft” (S.Fischer 2007), “Sturz der Tage in die Nacht” (S.Fischer 2011) and “In den Wäldern des menschlichen Herzens” (S.Fischer 2016). She has won numerous awards, including the Hermann Hesse Prize, the Critics’ Prize of the Academy of the Arts and the Prize of the Literature Houses. Strubel teaches regularly at the German Literature Institute and translates from English and Swedish (including Joan Didion, Lucia Berlin and Virginia Woolf). Her first play “Unvollkommene Umarmung” premiered in spring 2019 at Schauspiel Frankfurt.
Antje Rávik Strubel
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