Sherko Fatah Received the 2015 Adelbert von Chamisso Prize
In Munich, Sherko Fatah was awarded the 2015 Adelbert von Chamisso Prize, valued at 15,000 euros, for his prior body of work – in particular for his latest novel Der letzte Ort. This year’s patronage awards, valued at 7,000 euros each, went to Olga Grjasnowa and Martin Kordić.
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