Poet, editor, organizer and founder of the literary platform I.D.I.O.T. Tibor Hrs Pandur from Slovenia talks about the importance of independent publishing. Yet it is only through festivals, music and performance literature that can be enhanced and spread according to contemporary needs. That also touches the politics of literature. And this is also what Tibor writes about. Make the intimate things the agenda and mask them by text.
“The grand-dame of poetry in the Netherlands” – Only her nonchalant humor beats her lyric capabilites. And the combination is more than entertaining which she very well proved at Poesiefestival 2015 in Berlin at VERSchmuggel on June 23rd. It was a great improvisation x Oswald Egger. Outside I had the chance to take a few photos of Anneke Brassinga when I met her, smoking.
I was at Poesiefestival 2015 in Berlin yesterday to see what the selection of Polish authors would bring, and, Lo!, what a pearl I have found. Her name is: Katarzyna Fetlińska, very young and sexy at her performance.
I had the honor to interview her shortly, asking her three questions to which she replied in gestures. Look here:
Cheers to Slovenia! Živijo! Smem prositi za ples? The Slovene author Anja Golob writes poetry, does translations, is an editor, a critic and a dramaturg. CROWD-Scout Linde Nadiani met her in Ljubljana just recently where they had a coffee. Now she told me about her poetry, about the Slovenian literary scene and about her recent publication in German. Let’s dance with Anja Golob.
Long time no hear! Summarizing the discussions of the conference in Berlin we want to share with you the résumé of the efforts of January. Let’s CROWD across Europe with this neat little résumé in our pockets to present it to sponsors, to activists, to policians alike and let’s disseminate it in any digital way possible. In the Beginning of 2015 it was time to eat. Now it is time to spread the word. Here you go, ladies and gentlemen: