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Broadsheets

Broadsheets

Broadsheets (Einblattdrucke) are pages-printed on one side, with which the content, text and picture, is an entirity. The dimensions are 26 x 17 cm; edition of 50 signed by both the artist and author. Since the 15th century they have served as a quick form of spreading information about current events or news. They are the predecessor to the newspaper. Broadsheets were relevant up to the 18th century in all areas of life, whether it be politics, war, law, and also for the extraordinary and sensational news. The first print of the American Declaration of Independence in German was a broadsheet (German History Museum). These culturally important historical broadsheets are treasures and in their rarity have a high collector value.

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In 1916 Juan Ramón Jiménez undertook a sea voyage from Cádiz to New York to marry Zenobia Camprubí, with which he had been in a relationship for three years. Zenobia would today be called a “strong woman” – in Spain she has been an icon for feminists for some time. Educated and enterprising, she also supported her husband, whose literary interests she shared. In his lyrical diary Juan Ramón Jiménez tells of his long journey, of his late setting out from the world of his Andalusian childhood, of his impressions in the New World, of longing and union.  ree themes – the sea, love and America – are artfully interwoven in this book. 

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VORSCHAU II 2018

VORSCHAU II 2018

Herbst 2018

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The basic drama with Errol Flynn was that he had everything - looks, charm, talent, intelligence, and a huge following of devoted fans and willing women. He was the classic image of a swashbuckling hero and romantic lover. That which other men merely fantasized about, Flynn did with style and dash, living in a way which surpassed any film he ever made. But somewhere on the road to movie immortality he embarked on a destructive lifestyle that wrecked his career and ultimately killed him. Why did it happen? What were the forces at work in this...

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They come from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Al Jaza'ir, Somalia, Hagere Ertra, Iraq, Libiyah, Al Maghrib, Haiti and many other countries where life is no longer compatible with the idea of future. There are millions of them. How many millions? We don't know. They are called "migrants" and have only one obsession: to reach Europe.

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Through barely noticeable displacements, seemingly mundane situations suddenly provide surprising interpretations. In this manner, texts to declutter the mind have been written, to dream and to float away from entrenched patterns of thought and perception, right into the wide-open space of imagination.

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Manfred Giesler, theatreman and philosopher, has for years been discussing the character and work of the Dominican Giordano Bruno from Nola. The first play, Bruder Bruno., is the result of this effort. A chronological survey of his life, creative works, and failure at the end of the 16th century.

The second play is the translation and edit of a comedy by Giardano Bruno, Il Candelaio. (Released in 1582 and never staged in Germany.) In a sweeping blow of vicious mockery and dripping with derision, Bruno attacks everything that was and remains...

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It has arrived!

It has arrived!

Participating Authors: Mehnaz Afridi, Argentarius, Assen Assenov, ATIA, Claus Baldus, Carmen-Francesca Banciu, Harald Baruschke, Hermann Bausinger, Patrick Beck, Igor Bitman, Detlef Bluhm, Rainer Böhme, Bazon Brock, Ingolf Brökel, Eva Bruszis, Sasa Burchuladse, Erich Bürck, Thomas Burghartz, Manfred Carpentier, Genia Chef, Hugo Claus, Karl Corino, Alexander de Cadenet, Klaus-Peter Dencker, Bedros Dikiciyan, Johann Michael Doehler, Ute Döring, Ulrike Draesner, Kurt Drawert, Dieter Dreier, Juliane Duda, Sheila Dunn, Bettina Flitner, Christoph Geiser, Rita Geißler, Manfred Giesler, Johannes Grützke, Jens Gyarmaty, Volker Hansen, Otto Hansmann, Lioba Happel, Lothar Hartmann, Volker Hassemer, Wilhelm Hauff, Peter Hauser, Thorsten Heinze, Brigitte Henker-Hansmann, Kerstin Hensel, Hejo Heussen, Stefan Höller, Rinaldo Hopf, Anar Imanov, Larry Isimah, Hajo Jahn, Jens Joneleit, Franz Kafka, Volker Kaminski, Christoph Klimke, Udo Klückmann, Reinhard Knodt, Matthias Koeppel, Ursula Krechel, Helmut Kreller, Michael Kromarek, Matthias Kröner, Wolfgang Kubin, Günter Kunert, Michael Lederer, Klaus-Dieter Lehmann, Götz Lemberg, Anne Lorquet-Leithäuser, Jochen Malmsheimer, Ingrid Maut, Elya May, Rithika Merchant, Olaf Metzel, Julie Myers, Catharine J. Nicely, Wolfgang Nieblich, Aras Ören, Ayo Osinibi, Manfred Osten, Johann Philipp Palm, Dietger Pforte, Jutta Profijt, Emily Pütter, Bernd Reinecke, Maria Reinecke, Dusty-Anne Rhodes, Wiebrecht Ries, Joachim Ringelnatz, Klaus J.Rothbarth, Joachim Sartorius, Jürgen Schabel, Boris Schapiro, Michail Schischkin, Inge H. Schmidt, Michail Schnittmann, Kuno Schumacher, Erhard Schütz, Ulrich Schwarz,Topper Sherwood, Volker Sielaff, Salome Sikharulidze, Jeannot Simmon, Diana Sirianni, SOOKI, Harald Stein, Heide Marie Stein, Garrett Stewart, Claudia Tannhäuser, Maria Theresia von Oestereich, Philip von Zesen, David Wagner, Regina Weiß, Michael J. Wewerka, Ernest Wichner, Mario Wirz

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Carmen-Francesca Banciu's new novel is about the death of a supposed patriot for whom fatherland, party, and the construction of a new society always came first, and about the love we hope for from our parents but which is denied to us - and which we ourselves might not be able to give. She explores the question of how to say farewell to one's parents, how to live with their lies, and what sort of personal change this might result in.

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„The lines of life are different/ like paths are and the borders of mountains,“ wrote the older Hölderlin. The new volume Lebenslinien by Karl Corino takes up these verses to pull, on the occasion of his 75th birthday, from his lyrical oeuvre up until now, printed and not printed, although foremost from the volumes Tür-Stürze, In Bebons Tal. Neue Bilder aus Bebenhausen, Vademecum. Balladen über die Jugend in einer kleinen Stadt and Falltüren des Himmels. Eine kleine Vogelkunde.

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