Tune in to an exclusive conversation with Teresa Präauer, an outstanding author, essayist and visual artist from Austria.
In this virtual encounter, Präauer speaks about the relation between her literary and pictorial works as well as how writing columns impacts her literary style.
She also gives a close insight into her very first novel 'Für den Herrscher aus Übersee', which received the Aspekte Prize for best German-language prose debut in 2012.
This reading is part of the renowned Austrian literature programme 'schreibART'.
Teresa Präauer is the author of the novels 'Oh Schimmi' (2016), 'Johnny und Jean' (2014), 'Für den Herrscher aus Übersee' (2012) as well as the long essay 'Tier werden' (2018). In 2015, she was shortlisted for the Leipzig Book Fair Prize and in 2017 she received the prestigious Erich Fried Prize. She regularly publishes on the subjects of poetry, theatre, pop culture and fine arts and teaches at several universities.
This is a cooperation between the Austrian Literature Society & the Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs.
Host: Manfred Müller Camera
Sound & video editing: herrmauser – artist collective
Music: Friederike Bernhardt
The video will be available to watch on our homepage from 17. February onwards.