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Like the other books on this page, this archive of emergency preparedness and survival PDFs is provided here as a resource to the public, for browsing or download. Topics range from communication to EMPs and everything in between. She lives in New York, where she practices Oriental Medicine. Ali Ahmad Said, b. The Syrian poet-critic is the author of multiple diwans of poetry. In the s, Adonis cofounded the influential journal al-Shi'rwhich called for experimentation in form and a fundamental, though negotiated, break with the 1,year-old Arabic poetic tradition.
Adonis is arguably as important as a critic and essayist—and his writings have sparked wide and fiery debate among intellectuals. This is the lead essay of one of Adonis's most important essay collections, Time of Poetryoriginally published in While Adonis's place in the field of Arabic letters is hotly contested—he has many detractors—no one would doubt the brilliance and originality of his thought and the impact it has had on the modern period.
Much of his poetry, seminal to the emergence of modernism in Arabic, has now been translated. Knife Wound - Sordo - Collection 2012 - 2013 (Cassette) criticism, which is arguably more important, deserves more attention and presence in English. His essays, translations, and short fiction have been published in numerous print and online journals, including McSweeney's3:AMand Words Without Borders.
He lives with the cinema critic Beatriz Leal Riesco. His website can be found here. The daughter of Hungarian Holocaust survivors, Mishol was born in Transylvania, Romania, in and emigrated to Israel at an early age. Her work has been translated into a number of languages and she has published more than a dozen books of poetry in Hebrew. Look There was published in English by Graywolf Press. He lives and works in the Faroe Islands.
When her first book of poems, Midare Gamiwas published init met with controversy for pushing the traditional tanka form—which often deals with interiority—by adding exteriority to it. In this book love is not just an emotion, but something that must be experienced physically.
The raw emotionality and sexual imagery of these poems caused unease among the still conservative and male-dominant Meiji poetry critics. She also lived an unconventional life for a woman of that period: she eloped with a married man, bore thirteen children of which eleven livedbecame a breadwinner, started a progressive school, and was a proponent of woman's independence, all while having a prolific writing career, producing over 30, poems and eleven books of prose.
He received the Ernest Hemingway award inas well as many other accolades in the Spanish-language literary world. He is best known for a quintet of novels, which take place in the Moroccan city of Mogador, and explore the nature of desire: Los nombres del aireEn los labios del aguaLos jardines secretos de MogadorKnife Wound - Sordo - Collection 2012 - 2013 (Cassette), Nueve veces el asombro: Nueve veces nueve cosas que dicen de Mogador and La mano del fuego Inhe was decorated by the French Government as Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, in addition to many other prestigious honors.
For more information, visit the author's website here. Tradition holds that he was a Spartan slave, freed because of his skill in composing choral poems. He is the artistic director of the theater company Los Guggenheim. Porvin won the Debut Prize for Poetry in Ann's reviews. His work has been translated into fourteen languages, including German, Czech, Croatian, Hungarian, and Spanish. He is a founding editor of the Beletrina publishing house, and he founded the Medana Days of Poetry and Wine festival.
She has published six hybrid books at major and minor Danish publishing houses, including Gyldendal and Distribution After Hand. Her first book has been translated and published in Norwegian, and a Swedish translation of Recollection from is on its way. Recollection is her third book, the story of two lovers separated by a serious illness, and a collection of texts and images concerning collections of minerals, memories, body parts, cellsdispersion, and entropy. Paul Russell Garrett has just finished translating the full copy of Recollection into English and it is now ready for publication.
Her website can be viewed here. SGand co-editor of literary journal Ceriph. Nothomb lives in Paris and Brussels. Her most recent book is Meteoric Debris. She has won many awards for her work both in Serbia and Germany. She was a featured reader in Southbank Centre's Poetry Parnassus in She has read her poetry throughout Europe and Latin America.
Between and he wrote his most politically controversial works, some of them first published in the Soviet Union only in the late s. Other stories were published but subjected to vicious criticism.
During the thirties Platonov made several public confessions of error, but went on writing stories only marginally more acceptable to the authorities. From Septemberafter being recommended to the chief editor of Red Star by his friend Vasily Grossman, Platonov worked as a war correspondent and managed to publish several volumes of stories; after the war, however, he was again almost unable to publish.
He died inof tuberculosis caught from his son. Happy Moscowone of his finest short novels, was first published in A complete text of Soul was first published only in ; letters, notebook entries and unfinished stories continue to appear. He blogs here. Beginning in his early twenties, Geraldini began writing and traveling extensively. Spain became his second home. He received the poet's crown and was appointed as Spain's ambassador to Florence by Ferdinand and Isabella.
He used his political influence to advocate for the Spanish support of Christopher Columbus's expenditures until his own death in Geraldini's eclogues are considered to be his most prominent poetic work. Though most classical eclogues focus on pastoral imagery, Geraldini's verses are concerned with the life of Christ and were intended to be used as instructional material in Christian-based curricula. Heavily interested in how culture and geography act as our collective contextual framework and as the medium through which we relate, many of Geraldini's other works are individually dedicated to Italian intellectuals of his time.
He devotes part of his time to writing non-fiction about his home country, Colombia, as well as the Middle East, and was granted the Colombian National Journalism Award in He has published two short story collections, Trece circos comunes Thirteen Ordinary Circuses, and De ciertos animals tristes Of Certain Sad Animals,as well as other stories which have appeared in international literary magazines and more than twenty-five anthologies.
He started writing poetry at the age of fifteen. His first book, Furywas published in an electronic format in His second book, The Book of the Bloodwas planned to be published inbut it failed to obtain a publication license. As a result it was published as an e-book in the following year. He publishes some of his poems on his weblog. He edits a website dedicated to contemporary Persian poetry.
His most recent novel in English is The Jewish Messiah. He lives and works in New York. Find his blog here. He survived the entire Soviet era—suffering a leg amputation during World War II—by his work as a translator of poetry.
His renown grew with the publication of his first book in the s, and again in the s, when his son the filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky used readings of his father's poems in his films The Mirror and Stalker. Kadresengan did not receive a formal education until he was fourteen years old. At seventeen he left Kochapongane to continue his schooling at a Seventh Day Adventist school in northern Taiwan.
After graduation he continued to work in church organizations, eventually becoming an accountant. He married inlater fathering three children. Inhe made the radical decision to return to Kochapongane to rebuild the long abandoned village. It was shortly afterward that he began recording the legends and cultural history of his people. Lew Gallery editions recently released Sinusoidal Forms. After the war, he became a prophetic symbol and a cultural-historical institution.
He died in Azra Raza, M. She is a scientist as well as a practicing oncologist, and has published the results of her laboratory and clinical research in prestigious, peer-reviewed journals full-length papers, 15 book chapters, abstracts, and a book she edited devoted to MDS. She is also the co-author of Ghalib: Epistemologies of Elegancea book on the works of the famous Urdu poet.
Raza serves on numerous national and international panels as a reviewer, consultant, and adviser. She lives in Manhattan with her daughter Sheherzad.
She currently resides in New Haven, Connecticut. His most recent play, Histoires pour faire des cauchemarswill premiere this spring in Brussels. She had a happy childhood. She and her little sister were bought up and educated in a loving and supportive atmosphere. This idyllic life came to a sudden end once and for all in Anima Rerum. The Soul of Things is the story of both the beauty and the horror, but mostly the beauty, even in the midst of the unspeakable.
The book has received critical praise in Die Mahnung and Neues Deutschlandamong other publications. The book has received critical praise in Die Mahnung and Neues Deutschlandamong others. He is the author of ten volumes of prose fiction and three books of poems. He can be contacted here. Born in Bihar, he began writing as a teenager under the pseudonym Banaphool 'wild flower' in Bengali to hide his work from his tutors.
He is most noted for his short vignettes, often just one page long, but his body of work spanned sixty-five years and included numerous poems, short stories, novels, plays and essays. In addition to his literary works, he was also a physician and practised medicine throughout his life. After working as a reporter for World Journal the largest Chinese newspaper in North America for many years, she and her family moved to China. She now lives in Shanghai. Belinda Chang has published five collections of short stories, a collection of essays, and a novel.
Winner of several major literary awards in Taiwan, she has had work included in various anthologies and taught at colleges. Recently she was invited to the 11th International Conference on the Short Story in English where she presented her short story, "Cutting in Line," collected in The Border As Fiction: Writers of Taiwanan anthology featuring the 13 most prominent writers in Taiwan.
He was the president of the Assam Sahitya Sabha in Inhe won the Sahitya Akademi award, one of the highest literary recognitions in India, for Kangrecar Kanciali Rodat. She holds a Ph. She teaches creative writing at the University of Buenos Aires, where she also works as a researcher on the subject of new narratives.
She has also published several articles on literary criticism and Argentine culture and media history. Dahlen has also published widely in numerous periodicals and anthologies and online in Little Red Leaves and Jacket among other sites.
Inshe moved to Britain with her family at the age of eight and lived in Europe for about three and a half years before returning to India. After getting her B. A from the University of Calcutta in and her M. Having been awarded a scholarship from the University of Iowa, she earned her M. She has produced two books with her husband, as well as numerous books, essays and short stories of her own.
Mukherjee's career as a professor and her marriage to Blaise Clark has given her opportunities to teach all over the United States and Canada. Currently she is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley. Mirza Abd al-Qadir was born to a Muslim family that immigrated to northern India from Central Asia and came of age in a multilingual environment.
While his first spoken language was probably Bengali, Bidel soon acquired fluency in Persian and Arabic through his studies. Although Bidel was supported by numerous patrons, he maintained his distance from court politics, and strove to carve out a literary aesthetic that was beholden neither to the sectarian religious differences of his milieu nor to its courtly intrigues. The prolific author of four narrative poems masnavisBidel is best remembered as the "national" poet of Afghanistan and Tajikistan, where his poetry is recited by people of all classes to this day.
He teaches at the University of Newcastle in Australia. Bucharest, is one of the best known Romanian poets of recent decades, being at the same time an active and valued theorist in literature, media, art and architecture, as well as a translator of French theory.
Defined at first as textualist and metapoet, he refuses postmodern relaxation and blocking, seeking a post-literary expansion of poetry with the performative arts and geopolitical reflection. Life after Survival. Media Middle Ages At the Venice BiennaleRomania was represented by an exhibition based on his concept, Performing History. His novels were censored under the Communist regime and have since been translated into nearly thirty languages.
Milan Kundera once called him "Czechoslovakia's greatest living writer. Currently a researcher in human geography at Royal Holloway, University of London, he has published a number of academic articles and films on issues relating to landscape and place. His paintings and drawings have been exhibited around the world. Born in South Africa, he immigrated to Paris in the late '60s and became deeply involved in the anti-Apartheid movement.
You can find links to more of his work at brianlibgober. Sonnenberg currently resides in Berlin, where she is the editor of the American Academy's Berlin Journal. His surviving oeuvre includes poetry, manifestoes, a play, journalism, and several novels and novellas written at first in Polish, then later in Russian. When his radical proclamations and disfigurements of the Polish language made life too uncomfortable for him in Poland, he immigrated to France.
Following a short-lived period of immediate, mass-scale success in Russia, he was arrested and put to death in Five of her plays radically re-imagining ancient Greek tragedies are published in the September Knife Wound - Sordo - Collection 2012 - 2013 (Cassette) Blasted Heavens Eyecorner Press, University of Denmark. Her website can be found here. In addition to working as a translator, he has published novels, as well as short stories, essays and plays.
However, his work has only recently reached a broader and international audience. His first book defined literary Indigenism, while his second, Trilceforeshadowed many innovations of modernism. Inhe moved to Paris where he became a prolific journalist. Contra el secreto profesionalwritten in the 20s, integrates issues of social justice with innovative poetics. During this period he traveled three times to the Soviet Union.
His later poetry, Poemas humanoswas published a year after his death in She began writing as an adolescent in Russian, and, while studying in Kiev, received encouragement from the Hebrew novelist U. With socialist Shmaye Dropkin, whom she married inshe moved to New York and began writing in Yiddish. She had six children, five of whom survived, and died in Her singular contribution to Yiddish literature was the introduction of a bold literary discourse of sexuality.
Her pastoral poetry is equally marked by ecstatic, despairing, and even grotesque elements. He died in of cancer. In his handprints were memorialized on one of the sidewalks in the Yonsei University neighborhood that he frequented as a university student. She studied history at National Taiwan University and the University of Edinburgh before giving up her academic studies to pursue a literary career.
She has published two collections of fiction and numerous books of essays, and has been awarded various prizes including Taiwan's United Daily News Prize. She lives in Taipei. Her plays and translations have been presented in theaters across the United States, as well as in Canada, Mexico, and Italy. She has received fellowships from the Lark Play Development Center, the Dramatists Guild, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Banff Playwrights Colony and The Arctic Circle—an expeditionary residency programme bringing together artists, architects, scientists and educators to collectively explore a region of the Arctic.
She is currently working on a six-play cycle which will look at the different facets of the Arctic and investigate how theatre can participate in addressing the many challenges faced by communities on the frontline of climate change. As Neil Jamieson writes, a "bright star on the literary scene in the late s was a young man from central Vietnam who wrote under the pen name Che Lan Vien.
His reputation was based primarily on one slender volume of poems, entitled In Ruinspublished in when he was only seventeen years old. Although he was Vietnamese, his poems are mostly about Champa and written from a Cham rather than Vietnamese point of view. It seems, however, that behind his preoccupation with the long-crumpled glories of Champa, deemed worthy of countless centuries of lamentation and regret, lay a view of Vietnam in the s as a decadent and dying society whose true glory was 'in ruins'" Understanding Vietnam In addition to being a prolific and critically acclaimed author in Taipei, Chi is a regular contributor to discussions about sexuality and cyberculture, particularly through his columns in Taiwan's major newspapers and magazines.
He has also published three collections of stories, a collection of essays, and edited two books of local queer fiction and criticism. He is writing a history of lesbian and gay literature in Taiwan. She is the most recent winner of the Nigeria Literature Award, and has been published extensively in literary journals and newspapers.
She lives in Turnhout, Belgium. She writes mainly in Chinese and English, and translates both ways. Her nonfiction writings have appeared in Chinese newspapers Mingpao and Xinmin Wanbao.
As a media professional, she writes and produces multimedia reportage for South China Morning PostPost Magazineand Shanghaiistand makes regular talk show appearances on Shanghai TV. Having spent her childhood in rural China before moving to the bustling cities of Hong Kong and later, Shanghai, Hedy speaks three Chinese dialects and enjoys finding linguistic similarities and differences between them.
She now travels throughout China to interpret for family therapy conferences and counseling workshops. Dumoux's memoir, published in French inis one of the few available from the island country. He tells his story in the third person, in a series of chapters named after the house he was living in at the time. For more than a decade he has lived in Japan, translating the poetry of Chuya Nakahara, and he is the Managing Director of Nuance Partners, a consulting and full-service media company.
She wrote many of the scripts for the famous Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien. His English, however, was inadequate to an academic understanding of English-language poetry. He wrote in the wake of his Meiji-era predecessors, while straining towards those Symbolists and Surrealists he admired and translated, and he is recognized today as one of the most scrupulous pre-war Japanese writers of poems informed by European models, especially the Petrarchan sonnet.
Chuya died of tuberculosis, having sold only a thousand books, but the edition of his collected works spans six volumes, and to date more criticism has been written on him than any other Japanese poet. Trained as a medical doctor, he specialized in psychiatry. He was elected to the Finnish parliament from and again inand he served as minister of culture from Andersson made his debut as a poet in and to date has published twenty-three collections of poetry and seven prose works.
His poems appear in anthologies throughout the world. It is now out of print. Lesser has also translated poems from his later collections, some of which have appeared in Books from Finland. A few of his poems appear on her website. She currently teaches English and Translation Studies at Rome University, translates, sings in an American folk group, and plays baroque violin. His writing has been translated into five languages, including Russian and Chinese.
Her fields of research include Italian literature and self-translation, but she is interested in specializing in the area of education. Her most recent book, Gravesendlooks at the cultural history of ghosts, and her current project, Landscapes On A Trainmelds photography and text to engage landscape as a fluid medium. He described his life in these words: "I am from Constantinople by descent, but I was born in Alexandria—at a house on Seriph Street; I left very young, and spent much of my childhood in England.
Subsequently I visited this country as an adult, but for a short period of time. I have also lived in France. During my adolescence I lived over two years in Constantinople. It has been many years since I last visited Greece. My last employment was as a clerk at a government office under the Ministry of Public Works of Egypt.
I know English, French, and a little Italian. Inhe earned a Ph. He has contributed essays and reviews to EchinoxSteauaCulturaand Dilemateca. At present, he teaches Romanian language and literature. She has published more than twenty books and has won numerous literary awards, including, most recently, the prestigious Mario Vargas Llosa Prize for her short story collection Habitaciones privadas. His last book was Satori Blues Softblow Press He resides in Singapore and is based at The Substation, Singapore's first independent arts centre.
He defected to France inand in he accepted a position at the University of California at Berkeley. She has studied Comparative Literature and Art History, and currently studies creative writing at the Deutsches Literaturinstitut. He also teaches creative writing and received a Guggenheim Fellowship in He lives in New York. He is passionate about Southern Africa and draws a great deal of inspiration from this part of the world. A chapbook, Family Albumis forthcoming from Poor Claudia this fall.
Find him here. He now resides in Berlin where he continues to write political and literary articles for a number of Arab publications. His books have so far been translated into sixteen languages. Two collections of his short stories and six of his novels have been published in English.
Naipaul, and Vladimir Nabokov. He is a member of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts. Inhe moved with his family to Calgary, Alberta; he now divides his time between Calgary and Belgrade.
A major force in contemporary Hebrew poetry and a leading innovator and artist, Avidan published nineteen books of poetry, as well as plays and children's books. His work has been translated into twenty languages, and collections of his poems have been published in French, Russian and Arabic. His Collected Poemsin four volumes, appeared in Israel in and His work has been translated into fifteen languages.
With a body of work dating fromLoher's plays are marked by innovative uses and combinations of styles of language, merging the poetic with the pedestrian, the literary and the laconic, utilizing the resulting dissonance to great dramatic effect. While her subject matter ranges from small town life to events torn directly from the pages of international news outlets to historical and literary figures such as Medea and the Red Army Faction, Loher continually explores what it is that creates communities, what it is that creates connections between individuals and how these connections are maintained or severed.
Loher's plays have an impact far beyond the boundaries of the German-speaking world; her work has been translated into 28 different languages. Poems of hers in Adam J. Sorkin's translations have appeared in Omnibus [U. She lives in Bucharest, where she coordinates a world literature series of Humanitas Publishing House. Desmond also works in clay, his commemorative pieces housed in museums and private collections in India, the Netherlands, the UK and the US.
These span the genres of ethnography, journalism, poetry, and creative nonfiction, several edited pro bono for non-profit organizations. Desmond is an interdisciplinary artist, also working in clay. In he was among the first contributors to the legendary literary journal Nyugat West and immediately made his mark as a poet. Turning to fiction from the s, he wrote four novels, three of which are available in English, as well as hundreds of pieces of short prose.
Virtually nothing is known with certainty of him. The dates commonly given for his birth and death are andrespectively. It is considered that he studied law, that he was a member of the lower nobility engaged in service to Queen Isabella, and that he fought on the side of the Catholic Monarchs against the army of the Nasrid Dynasty in the Granada War Of his scant surviving works, The Prison of Love is considered the most important.
The first example of the epistolary novel, it was translated into numerous languages shortly after its author's death and achieved international renown.
He spent his childhood in Russia, Hungary, Belarus. Inhe graduated from Khmelnytskyi National University trained as a lecturer of English and Ukrainian languages. He works as a journalist and writer in Kyiv; speaks Russian, Ukrainian and English. In the nineties she was a member of the legendary writers' workshop "Litere", associated with Bucharest University, where she studied French language and literature.
After a spell on the the teaching staff of Brasov University RomaniaDoina Ioanid has been working, sinceas senior editor for The Cultural Observera leading Romanian cultural weekly. He has held previous positions at the University of Melbourne, the University of Geneva, and the University of Amsterdam.
Topics which inspire him include techno-poetic fancies, unexpected libidinal economies, inter-species epiphanies, and transnational culinary possibilities. A novelist and essayist, for many years she worked as a publisher in Paris, and then in Rome.
Inshe commissioned six international photographers including Raymond Depardon, Robert Frank and Josef Koudelka to photograph the destroyed city of Beirut for a book entitled Beirut City-Center.
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She was born in in Herning, Denmark and currently lives in Jutland. Nors holds a degree in literature and history from the Aarhus University. She is the first Danish writer to ever have a story published in The New Yorker. Enquist Literary Prize.
When he was five, he moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to join his parents, who had sought refuge there a year earlier. Shortly afterward, there was a military coup in Argentina. When the resistance to the military dictatorship began to grow stronger in Uruguay, Candil returned for a time, living just outside Montevideo. Since then he has participated in social movements in Uruguay, Argentina, and Brazil.
He lives in Stockholm, Sweden. As a result, she left Croatia in and currently lives in Amsterdam. His first book of poems, Grauzone morgenswas published in in West Germany. He currently lives in Rome. He published two books of poetry in Spanish before writing Zugzwanghis first work in Catalan and the source of the fiction that appears here.
He has continued writing in Catalan, publishing another collection of short fiction, twelve children's books, and four novels.
His work has been translated into German, Italian, Spanish, and Turkish. He has published a dozen books of poetry and essays, and won the two most important literary awards in his country: the National Prize of Essay and and the Municipal Prize of Poetry He is included in more than 30 anthologies of Latin American poetry. He has published sixteen volumes of poetry. His poetry has been collected in the following volumes: Agua lustral Holy Water: Poems, Col.
In he received the Chiapas Arts Prize. He is a member of the National Council of Creative Artists. He was nominated for the Man Asian Literary Prize inand was named one of Taiwan's ten most promising Taiwanese people. It was also shortlisted for various awards. She studied theater and philosophy at Wesleyan University and screen and theater writing at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Since then her plays have been produced at the National Theater of Greece, the Athens Festival and Delphi among many other theaters.
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Her writing is lyrical, straightforward or oblique, as need be--not a word is wasted--and has been praised for its emotional intensity, openness and sensuality. She writes of beauty and terror; over time Rynell's tales increasingly cross into borderlands of myth and fable.
She made her literary debut with a collection of poetry in Eleven more Knife Wound - Sordo - Collection 2012 - 2013 (Cassette) ensued; four are works of fiction, one is nonfiction, and the other seven are poetry, so far. After the sudden death of her year-old husband, Elisabeth Rynell wrote works of poetry and prose that are still widely read and esteemed in her native Sweden. The poetry collection Nattliga samtal Nocturnal Conversations, came first; the novel Hohaj was published in Since she has had a varied career as a translator, essayist, critic, and—primarily—poet.
She has lived mainly in Berlin. Her poetry tends to focus on the concrete, but from an oblique perspective; she often develops complex trains of thought in an equally complex syntax. A selection of her prose poems, translated by Rosemarie Waldrop, appeared in as Mountains in Berlin. InEdna St. Since then, little attention has been paid to his work by readers of English. In Spain he is thought to be next to Garcia Lorca with respect to the depth of his song.
In the years before the Spanish Civil War, working with Manuel Altolaguirre, Prados established Litoral, a press associated with the work of many authors of the Generation of Lorca, Cernuda, Aleixandre, to name only a few. During the War, he wrote in popular idioms in order to gain support for the cause of freedom. Prados died in exile in Mexico in Fundamental to his formation were the years he spent in seminary school outside Milan and at the Istituto Biblico in Rome, where he specialized in Ancient Semitic Philology.
Throughout his life, he worked on an a-confessional translation of the Hebrew Bible which remains unpublished todayand wrote extensively on contemporary art and its relation to the visual texts left by prehistoric man.
Villa's preoccupation with the origin of language verbal as well as non-verbal is the common thread that runs through his diverse artistic and critical endeavors. She is finishing a novel set in Mississippi. In addition, he co-translated the anthology Decepciones by Philip Larkin and co-authored the album Agua en polvo ; winner of the Fund for the Promotion of Chilean Music.
At the age of ten he was blinded by a stray bomb he found near his home in Lod, and spent the rest of his childhood in the Jewish Institute for the Blind. He received a B. He wrote a weekly column for the Israeli daily Ma'ariv and worked as a social worker and as a psychologist. He is the recipient of several literary awards, and the editor-in-chief of the literary journal Apyrionwhich he founded in Throughout her career as a writer she published over 24 collections of poetry, 8 prose works, and was awarded numerous literary prizes, including the Conrad-Ferdinand-Meyer-Preis and the Gottfried-Keller-Preis She was the only woman ever to have been awarded Switzerland's highest literary prize, der Grosser Schillerpreis Designed by custom-knife maker JR Martin and Kershaw engineers Versatile 3" stainless steel 8Cr13MoV blade with stonewash finish SpeedSafe assisted opening with flipper and liner-lock safety Ergonomic glass-filled handle Predrilled holes for reversible carry.
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