The International Literature Festival Berlin, together with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, has called on authors to contemplate the fates of refugees and asylum-seekers in literary form. Twenty-two authors from fifteen different countries answered this call in poems, short prose and essays. The perspectives and insights are just as different as individual motives, destinies, and experiences.
We have published several articles in our dossier on the Berlin Anthology.
Table of contents:
- Ralf Fücks: A Europe of Refugees
- Brian Castro: Samaritan
- Yiorgos Chouliaras: Refugees
- Beppe Costa: The Earth (is not) the sky!
- Aleš Debeljak: Grand Hotel Europe
- Lidija Dimkovska: Asylum Seekers
- Ludwig Fels: The Color of the Earth
- Ota Filip: Refugees Seeking Asylum, or Invaders?
- Ingeborg Kringeland Hald: Equals
- Hilde Susan Jægtnes: Spoon Justice - An allegory of ownership
- Birgitta Jónsdóttir: Heroes
- Lê Thi Diem Thúy: From Such Swarms
- Nikola Madzirov: Home / Fast is the century
- John Mateer: One Year/ The Diwan
- Karl Otto Mühl: Kazakhstan
- Marina Naprushkina: Charité
- Amir Or: Before the Law
- E. C. Osondu: Waiting
- Moritz Rinke: Memories of the Present - Pérdida d e tiempo!
- Göran Rosenberg: Europe and its Refugees
- Gabriel Rosenstock: Response to a Painting by Hans Baluschek
- Patricia de Souza: Islay
- Keto von Waberer: Embraces
- Original Texts