Dagmara Kraus, born in Wrocław (Poland), in 1981, is a poet and translator who divides her time between the south of France and Berlin. She studied comparative literature and art history in Leipzig, Berlin and Paris and literary writing at the German literature institute in Leipzig. Her poems appeared in the Neue Rundschau, Edit and in the Jahrbuch der Lyrik (yearbook of poetry), amongst others. She published the poetry collections “kummerang. Gedichte”, “kleine grammaturgie”, “das vogelmot schlich mit geknickter schnute”, and “wehbuch (undichte prosage)”. She has translated “Wir Seesterne” and “Geheimes Tagebuch” by Miron Białoszewski. Dagmara Kraus has been awarded the GWK-Förderpreis für Literatur 2010, the Karl-Sczuka-Förderpreis 2015, a work stipend of the Berlin senate in 2011 and of the Künstlerhaus Edenkoben in 2014.
kummerang. Poems. kookbooks, Berlin 2012.
kleine grammaturgie. roughbooks, Berlin 2013.
das vogelmot schlich mit geknickter schnute. kookbooks, Berlin 2016.
wehbuch (undichte prosage). roughbooks, Berlin 2016.