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In the organizer's words:
On June 27, land is in sight again at Kulturraum405 with Julienne De Muirier, Simon Bethge, Marina Wudy and Angelo Angelino Wemmje. We look forward to your readings!
The evening marks the penultimate edition of our reading series. LAND IN SIGHT will take place for the last time on October 17. So come along, now in June and also in October! 🙂
Admission by donation
Admission from 7:30 pm
Information about the readers:
Angelo Angelino Wemmje studied at the UdK Berlin from 2010 and graduated from the KHM Cologne in 2018 with a degree in media arts with a focus on literary writing and screenwriting. During his studies, Wemmje already worked as a film editor and edited the feature films "A Thought of Ecstasy" and "When Susan Sontag sat in the audience", among others. As an author and filmmaker, he realized the short film "Bohemia, IA", which premiered at DOK Leipzig 2017. Wemmje co-wrote the screenplay for the feature film "Paradise", which screened in competition at the Max Ophüls Preis film festival in 2020. In 2021, he received the Berlin Senate's research grant in the field of literature. He traveled to South Korea in 2022 with a DAAD residency scholarship. In December 2023, his debut novel "Venus Chicago" was published by Bartels & Bleil in Berlin.
Julienne De Muirier is a writer of prose and drama. She has written for theater productions at Theater Oberhausen, Schauspiel Dortmund and Theater Lübeck. Her work deals with alienation, life in the diaspora and the self. Her prose has been published in magazines such as BELLA triste, Das NARR, Yallah Salon and defrag Zine. In 2022, she was part of the curatorial team for the volume NEUE TÖCHTER AFRIKAS and was shortlisted for the Wortmeldungen Förderpreis. In 2023, she wrote for the production blues in schwarz weiß at the Residenztheater, Munich and was awarded the Ruhr 2023 Prize.
Marina Wudy was born in Bavaria in 1992 and now lives in Cologne. She published her debut novel "Jana will (nicht) mehr fühlen" with Weissmann Verlag in November 2023 and has a Master's degree in American Studies. In addition to her day job as a group leader at an open all-day school (because without life experience there are no good stories), she writes poetry on Instagram (@marinaspoetry) and as a freelance author for a cultural magazine.
Simon Bethge, born in Hamburg in 1996, is now studying literary writing in Hildesheim after graduating in cultural studies and literature and completing a traineeship as an editor. He has been a scholarship holder of the Literaturlabor Wolfenbüttel, the Treffen junger Autor*innen, the Jungen Literaturforum Hessen-Thüringen and the Klagenfurt Literaturkurs, as well as a winner of the DAphA, the Daniil Pashkoff Prize and most recently the Grassauer Deichelbohrers. Publications in various magazines and anthologies, including Hamburger Ziegel, Erostepost and [kon] Paper.
LAND IN SICHT is funded by the Kunststiftung NRW and the Cultural Office of the City of Cologne. Thank you very much for your support!
LAND IN SICHT is a member of Unabhängige Lesereihen e.V.
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