30 Years Chamisso Prize
The Adelbert von Chamisso Prize is a literary prize awarded by the Robert Bosch Stiftung since 1985 to non-German authors writing in the German language.
Dana Ranga
Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize 2014. Dana Ranga, born in 1964 in Bucharest, Romania, came to Germany in 1987. She lives and works as a freelance writer, translator, and filmmaker in Berlin.
Nellja Veremej
Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize 2014. Nellja Veremej was born in Sverdlovsk (now Yekaterinburg), Russia, in 1963. She has lived and worked in Berlin as a caretaker for the elderly, Russian teacher, journalist, and writer since 1994.
Talking to Marjana Gaponenko
Marjana Gaponenko, winner of the Adelbert von Chamisso Prize 2013, talking to Wolfgang Herles and reading from her novel "Wer ist Martha?".
Marjana Gaponenko
Adelbert von Chamisso Prize 2013. Gaponenko was born in Odessa, Ukraine, in 1981. She earned a degree in German Studies. Gaponenko lives in Mainz.
Matthias Nawrat
Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize 2013. Nawrat was born in Opole, Poland, in 1979, and moved with his family to Bamberg in 1989. He now lives in Berlin.
Anila Wilms
Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize 2013. Wilms was born in Tirana, Albania, in 1971, where she studied history and philology. She came to Berlin in 1994, where she has lived since then.
Michael Stavarič
Born in Brno, Czechoslovakia, in 1972, Stavarič won the 2012 Adelbert von Chamisso Prize 2012 and the 2008 Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize. He lives and works as a freelance author, translator, columnist, and critic in Vienna.
Akos Doma
Born in Budapest in 1963, Akos Doma won the 2012 Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize 2012. He is an author and translator, living with his family in Eichstätt, Germany.
Ilir Ferra
Born in Durrës, Albania, in 1974, Ilir Ferra won the 2012 Adelbert von Chamisso Promotional Prize 2012. He lives in Vienna, where he works as an author, translator, and interpreter.
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