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Jan Wagner

Par |2019-02-21T07:15:59+00:00 19 décembre 2012|Catégories : Blog|

Jan Wagner, born 1971 in Hamburg, poet, trans­la­tor (Charles Simic, James Tate, Simon Armitage, Matthew Sweeney, Robin Robertson), and lite­ra­ry cri­tic. He has publi­shed four poe­try col­lec­tions, most recent­ly Achtzehn Pasteten (“Eighteen Pies”, 2007) and Australien (2010), all with Berlin Verlag, and co-edi­ted the com­pre­hen­sive antho­lo­gy of young German lan­guage poe­try Lyrik von Jetzt („Poetry of Now“, 2003). A selec­tion of essays, Die Sandale des Propheten (“The Prophet’s Sandal”) was publi­shed 2011. For his poe­try, which has been trans­la­ted into thir­ty lan­guages, he has recei­ved scho­lar­ships (most recent­ly 2011 in the German Academy in Rome) and awards, among them the Anna-Seghers-Award (2004), the Ernst-Meister-Award (2005), the Wilhelm-Lehmann-Award (2009), Tübingen‘s Friedrich-Hölderlin-Award (2011) and the Kranichstein Award (2011). He lives in Berlin.

Jan Wagner

Par |2019-02-21T07:15:59+00:00 19 juillet 2012|Catégories : Chroniques|

3 poèmes en alle­mand et en anglais du poète Jan Wagner