Feridun Zaimoglu (b. 1963) is among the most celebrated and controversial writers in German – a prolific and prize-laden experimental novelist, dramatist, and essayist, renowned for his readings. Two recent novels were longlisted for the German Book Prize: Isabel (2014), set in contemporary Berlin, about an ageing, destitute actress (who, like Zaimoglu, has Turkish parents), and Evangelio (2017) fictionalising the story of Martin Luther.
“Poem title”, Journal Title (Volume 55.1, Summer 2019) Link: https://linktothejournaloryourpieceifavailabletoview.co.uk
Book title (Poetry Wales Press, 2019) Link: http://preferredlinktosellyourbook.com
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