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Uljana Wolf @ Poetry International Web

Posted in about us, Ann Cotten, Barbara Köhler, Daniel Falb, Uljana Wolf by Heiko Strunk on 18. April 2012

Photo: Katja Zimmermann

The new issue of Poetry International Web (PIW) features, poems and audio recordings by poet and translator Uljana Wolf as well as an essay on her writing.

Literaturwerkstatt Berlin took over the German editorship of PIW again in 2010,  and has prepared four poets for this portal since:

Ann Cotten

Daniel Falb

Barbara Köhler

Uljana Wolf

From early May 2012, there will be a newly built website, which will combine the PIW archive with the current website of the Poetry International Foundation (including all the information about the annual festival in Rotterdam).

Poetry & Film: statement by Uljana Wolf

Posted in Poetry Film, Uljana Wolf by lyrikline on 21. March 2012

Like a translation, and like poetry itself, or perhaps like prose poetry, or the prose poem—already we see the problem here—a poetry film exists in a between-space, a Zwischenraum. It can not be named. It can only be invented with each attempt; its inability to occupy a name or a space or a genre is what generates these attempts to create something that is true to its name. It will fail every time.

Uljana Wolf (born 1979) is a German poet. She lives in Berlin and New York and was a member of both the programme commission and the festival jury of the ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival.

lyrikline.org partner meeting @ poesiefestival berlin 2011

The 12th poesiefestival berlin from 17 to 24 June 2011 will be exploring landscapes of words, sounds and music. On June 19, the international partners of the lyrikline network will come together to exchange experiences and to focus on the next steps of development.
We expect partners from Belgium, Belarus, Catalonia, China, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Makedonia, The Netherlands, Portugal, Québec/Canada, Russia, Sweden, Serbia and  Slovenia.

For the fourth time, the festival will take place in cooperation with the Academy of the Arts, and will be held right by the Brandenburg Gate this year.  It will be featuring such stars of the international poetry scene as Marcel Beyer (Germany), Yves Bonnefoy (France) and Billy Collins (USA), the Cuban songwriter Silvio Rodríguez, actor, singer and violinist Iva Bittová (Czech Republic), and writer and singer-songwriter Peter Licht (Germany) – and many more.

An entire day will be devoted to the poets of the revolutions from Bahrain, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Lebanon. The translation workshop ‘VERSschmuggel’ will feature poets from France and Germany. e.poesie will be exploring the relationships between contemporary poetry and electronic music.

Find the full programme of poesiefestival berlin 2011 here: www.literaturwerkstatt.org

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Das 12. poesiefestival berlin durchforscht vom 17. – 24.6.2011 Landschaften aus Wort, Ton und Musik. In diesem Rahmen kommen am 19.6. wieder einmal die Partner des internationalen Netzwerkes von lyrikline.org zusammen, um weitere Schritte und Projekte zu planen und Erfahrungen auszutauschen. Mit dabei sind Partner aus Belgien, Belarus, China, Dänemark, Estland, Katalonien, Kroatien, Makedonien, Niederlande, Portugal, Québec/Kanada, Russland, Schweden, Serbien, Slowenien u.a.

Das poesiefestival berlin findet zum vierten Mal in Kooperation mit der Akademie der Künste statt, dieses Jahr direkt am Brandenburger Tor. Mit dabei sind internationale Stars der Poesie wie Marcel Beyer (Deutschland), Yves Bonnefoy (Frankreich) und Billy Collins (USA), der kubanische Liedermacher Silvio Rodríguez, die Sängerin und Violinistin Iva Bittová (Tschechien), sowie der Autor und Singer-Songwriter Peter Licht (Deutschland) u.v.a.

Ein ganzer Tag widmet sich den dichtenden Tongebern der Revolutionen aus Bahrain, Ägypten, Tunesien, Libyen und Libanon. Der diesjährige Übersetzungsworkshop „VERSschmuggel“ gilt Dichtern aus Frankreich und Deutschland. Zeitgenössische Poesie und elektronische Musik bringt e.poesie in Relation.

Das Programm des poesiefestival berlin 2011: www.literaturwerkstatt.org

lyrikline.org poets @ poesiefestival berlin 2011: Konstantin Ames, Marcel Beyer, Nico Bleutge, Nora Bossong, Tsead Bruinja, Arno Calleja, Ulrike Draesner, Ricardo Domeneck, Eduard Escoffet, Daniel Falb, Eugen Gomringer, Dieter M. Gräf, Hendrik Jackson, Jazra Khaleed, KIM HyeSoon, Ursula Krechel, Björn Kuhligk, Zvonko Makovic, Thomas Möhlmann, Nikola Madzirov, Maryia Martysevich, Gregor Podlogar, Marion Poschmann, Ulrike Almut Sandig, Kathrin Schmidt, Sabine Scho, Tom Schulz, Sjón, Ulf Stolterfoht, Ron Winkler, Uljana Wolf, Judith Zander

In retrospect: 10 Years Anniversary in QUÉBEC, Montréal

Posted in Autoren / poets, Erín Moure, Uljana Wolf by Heiko Strunk on 3. September 2009

*Lyrikline Cabaret poétique*  Montréal

During the year 2009 there have been several international events organised by the international partners of lyrikline.org within the 10 Years Anniversary.

On 19th of March the lyrikline.org partner Union des écrivains et des écrivaines québécois organised a poetry reading in German, English and French by Jean-Marc Desgent, Rachel Leclerc, Erín Moure, Uljana Wolf and the translator, Diane Monique Daviau.
The show at la Maison des écrivains, Montréal, Québec was hosted by the performer Alexis O’Hara.

The German Consulate General in Montreal has sponsoring this event.
Support for UNEQ’s partnership with lyrikline.org is given by the
Ministère de la Culture, des Communications et de la Condition féminine

www.uneq.qc.ca

Uljana Wolf on lyrikline.org

Erin Moure on lyrikline.org

Jean-Marc Desgent on lyrikline.org

Rachel Leclerc on lyrikline.org