PHOTO: © Emilia Hesse, Steidl Verlag

Frisch gepresst: Hank Zerbolesch und „Gorbach“

In the organizer's words:

If you can't stand the silence at home any longer, you go to the "Kippchen" in Gorbach for a beer. Or to the little stall around the corner. This is where they collide, on the edge of the big city: accountants, teachers, musicians, butchers, junkies, truck drivers, policewomen. It is inevitable that things get angry and loud. But Zerbolesch finds the quiet nuances, tells of empathy and hope between a lack of prospects and violence.

Hank Zerbolesch, born in Düsseldorf in 1981, has lived in Wuppertal since 2004. He has worked as a geriatric nurse and event technician, among other things. He has been writing novels, radio plays and short stories since 2014.

Moderation: Michael Serrer, Literaturbüro NRW

In cooperation with the Düsseldorf Central Library and the Freundeskreis Stadtbüchereien Düsseldorf

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Zentralbibliothek Düsseldorf / Stadtfenster Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 1 40210 Düsseldorf

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Literaturbüro NRW
Literaturbüro NRW Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 1 40210 Düsseldorf

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