The new online magazine for the multilingual contemporary literary literature of Berlin celebrated its first release in April 2017. Berlin's living writers, who do not write their texts in German, are the focus of the city's language magazine. Presented at www.stadtsprachen.de will be 26 texts by 22 authors and more than 21 translators in 13 languages, from Arabic to Georgian to Yoruba! In the original and mostly with German translation the texts are also available in several languages like English, Spanish or French etc.
The author of the first edition of the city's language magazine: Rasha Abbas, Juhméké Bọlanle Adéyanju, Esther Andradi, Kevin Shih-Hung Chen, Dario Deserri, Dmitri Dragilev, The Dung, Federico Federici, Iunona Guruli, Andrej Hočevar, Tolgahan Kaftan, Kenan Khadaj , Göksu Kunak, Rafael Mantovani, Steve Mekoudja, Luísa Nóbrega, Denise Pereira, Elsye Suquilanda, Menekşe Toprak, Kinga Tóth, Yimeng Wu and Érica Zíngano.
The following edition of the onlie magazine is expected to be published on June 8, 2017. Further editions are currently being prepared. (The editors gladly accept text proposals and blog contributions from non-German-speaking Berlin based authors.)
The central concern of the STADTSPRACHEN is to raise the view that German literature is not only written in German (actually since centuries). The magazine finds out the most exciting authors and their texts of the multilingual Berlin literary scene by translating their texts and make them accessible online as well as presenting them in regular readings and symposia!
.Welcome to a discovery trip to the unexplored literary treasures of the current Berlin literature scene!
.Contact: >> Birger Hoyer, Joey Bahlsen (editors of stadtsprachen magazin): email@example.com >> Anna Giannessi (press officer): firstname.lastname@example.org >> Martin Jankowski (publisher): email@example.com
Berlin Literary Action, Kastanienallee 2, 10435 Berlin, Tel .: 030 - 53 15 59 63