Inka Parei

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Inka Parei (born 1967 in Frankfurt) is a German writer who lives in Berlin. She studied sociology, political science, sinology and German studies. Parei won the 2003 Ingeborg Bachmann Prize for excerpts from her book Was Dunkelheit war.[1]

Works

  • Was Dunkelheit war, Roman, Schöffling, Frankfurt/Main 2005, 169 S. ISBN 3-89561-106-9
  • Die Besten 2003 : Klagenfurter Texte / die 27. Tage der Deutschsprachigen Literatur in Klagenfurt (Hg. von Iris Radisch)
  • Die Schattenboxerin, Roman, 1999; TB Frankfurt/Main 2001, ISBN 3-596-14869-3

Translations

  • Chinese Da Taijiquan de Nühai(打太極拳的女孩), 2002
  • French La boxeuse d'ombres, 2001
  • Italian La ragazza che fa a pugni con l'ombra, 2004
  • Polish Krotiteljica sjenki, 2004
  • Swedish Skuggboxerskan, 2001
  • Serbian Krotiteljka senki, 2004
  • Spanish La luchadora de sombras, 2002
  • Bulgarian Улична боксьорка, 2007

References

  1. "Klagenfurter Literaturtage Todestext verhilft Jung-Autorin zum". Der Spiegel (in German). 29 June 2003. Retrieved 22 June 2010. <templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>