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Paralyse is the title of a novel that Gustav Sack conceived and started in 1913 but never had the chance to finish. The novel was to revolve around the delirious ideas and fantasies of a poet/philosopher who, like Sack’s inspiration Friedrich Nietzsche, suffers from dementia paralytica in the final stages of syphilis. In a letter to his fiancee Paula Harbeck Sack explains that the main character of his novel…
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Twenty poems and eight drawings interact in this slim poetry compilation that was jointly published by Moloko Plus and Sea Urchin in December 2021. Anna Niarakis’s concise and intelligent poems capture universal themes such as death, love, loss and the passing of time in a clear and original language, while the images they evoke flare passionately against a backdrop…
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Matthias Penzel was born in Mainz in 1966. After having spent his childhood in Strasburg, Kaiserslautern and Ludwigshafen he studied Philosophy, German studies and Sociology in Cologne and lived in London for ten years. In London he worked for Wired magazine, the BBC and became editor-in-chief of the rock weekly Kerrang!. Penzel has lived in Berlin…
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Dakini Böhmer’s second poetry compilation published by Moloko+ combines some of her intimate meditations on love, friendship and daily life in poetry and prose with illustrations by Sebastian Unterrainer. The title Zwischentöne not only applies to Böhmer’s subtle and carefully phrased poems and short prose pieces but also to Unterrainer’s drawings in various shades…
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German author Thomas Stemmer was born in 1963 in Weiden, Bavaria, where he attended grammar school. Stemmer studied ethnology at the University of Heidelberg and graduated in cultural studies at the University of Bremen. He teaches at the University of Seville, Spain, where he used to live until he relocated to…
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