Salon Fluchtentier am 11.10.18 und am 12.10.2018

Freitag, 12.11.2018

Der Fluchtpunkt während der Buchmesse. Jeder und jede ist willkommen und soll Texte schmettern! Bis keiner mehr steht und der Wirt auch. Haltet euch, fest! Alles andere ist sowieso nur billige Nachahmung vom einzig wahren Original.

Ort: Dortmunder Pils Treff, Hainer Hof 1, 60311 Frankfurt am Main (zwischen Dom und Fahrgasse), ab 20h.

Donnerstag, 11.12.2018
Messedings überlebt? Salon Fluchtentier und die slowenische Dichter*innenplattform Versopolis ( laden ein – im Herz der Stadt, rücklings zum Bahnhofsviertel! Wir geleiten mit drei herausragenden lyrischen Stimmen ins Abendprogramm. Es lesen: Petr Borkovec (CZE), Stanka Hrastelj (SVN), Daniela Seel (DEU). Anwesend sein werden neben den Originalstimmen auch englische Übersetzungen und filmische Arbeit von Jan Cvitkovič (SVN)! Kommt, da es einmalig wird!


Petr Borkovec was born in 1970 in Louňovice pod Blaníkem, Central Bohemia. The poet and translator lives in Černošice, close to Prague. Since 1990 Petr Borkovec continuously publishes books of poetry. Edition Korrespondenzen, for instance, published several of Borkovec’s books in a beautiful bibliophile bilingual (Czech/German) layout and design: Liebesgedichte (2014), Fünfter November und andere Tage (2006), Nadelbuch (2004) and Feldarbeit (2001) (translated by Christa Rothmeier). Two other collections, Aus drei Büchern (1995) and Überfuhr (1996) were published by Edition Thanhäuser. In addition to his work as a poet, Petr Borkovec translates Russian 20th century poetry and antique plays for, above others, the national theatre in Prague.

From 1992 to 2016 he worked as an editor for the literary magazine Souvislosti; from 2005 to 2015 he taught at the private academy for literature, Josef-Škvorecky-Literaturakademie, in Prague. Petr Borkovec won various renowned awards – the Jirí-Orten-prize for poetry, the Hermann Lenz-award, the Norbert C. Kaser-award etc.


In 2001, Stanka Hrastelj (1975) was named Best Young Poet at the Urška festival of young Slovenian literature. In 2005, Goga published her poetry book Nizki toni (Low Notes), garnering her the Slovenian Book Fair Award for Best Debut. At the 2007 Slovenian Book Days in Maribor, Hrastelj competed in a poetry tournament and won the title of Poet Knight. In 2009, Študentska založba published her second book of poetry, Gospod, nekaj imamo za vas (We’ve Got Something for You, Mister), which put her on the shortlist for the annual Jenko Prize awarded by the Slovene Writers’ Association. Her debut novel Igranje (Play) won the Blue Bird Award for Best Unpublished Work of Literature. Hrastelj also translates poetry from Croatian and Serbian, writes afterwords, hosts literary readings and is an enthusiastic designer of unique clayware.


Daniela Seel, born 1974 in Frankfurt/Main, is a poet, translator, editor and publisher of kookbooks ‒ Lab for Poetry as Life Form. She frequently performs internationally and in collaboration with, among others, illustrator Andreas Töpfer, filmmaker Mathilde Bonnefoy, musician PLANNINGTOROCK, dancer David Bloom, and poet SJ Fowler. She published two volumes of poetry, ich kann diese stelle nicht wiederfinden (I Cannot Find That Place Again), 2011, and was weißt du schon von prärie (What Do You Know About Prairie Actually), 2015, as well as, together with Frank Kasper, the radio feature was weißt du schon von prärie (What Do You Know About Prairie Actually), SWR/DLF 2015. For her work she received numerous grants and awards, e.g. the Art Prize Literature by Lotto Brandenburg, the Friedrich Hölderlin Sponsorship Award by the City of Bad Homburg, two working grants by the City of Berlin, a Villa Aurora Fellowship, Los Angeles/CA, and the Reykjavík Residency Grant by the Goethe-Institute Copenhagen. Some of her poems have been translated into Polish, English, Slovak, Czech, French, Norwegian, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Serbian, Croatian, and Slovenian. Daniela Seel lives in Berlin.


Jan Cvitkovič (born 1966) is a Slovenian film director, screenwriter and actor. As of April 2007 he has already won a total of 12 awards and 3 nominations at various film festivals for his work, including the San Sebastian Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival.


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