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Literary Parlor: interview with Nils Müller

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In our newest edition of Literary Parlor, Svetlana sat down with local writer Nils Müller who does our German language column "Künstlertext". Their conversation delves into his background, his inspirations and his new book "Venusjahr für Fische".

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Comic Corner: Sweet Tooth and Invincible

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Just over a decade ago, comic books were as niche as you could get. Sure, French and Belgian titles like Tintin and Asterix have high nostalgic value for European crowds but beyond children’s entertainment, only very few titles had name recognition let alone a significant readership here. Now, with the mega-success of the Marvel Cinematic

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MONAliesA – Leipzig’s feminist library

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LeipGlo contributor Mascha Lange takes us through Leipzig's only feminist library MONAliesA and gives us an overview of its past and present as well as all its great inventory and projects.

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Fun Friday online meetup: free-flowing writing

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Being Seen and Building Confidence with Discovery Writing By Maggy Navin There is power in writing your creative vastness into form. You surprise yourself at how vast you really are. The glimpses that you catch—and the lucky folks you share it with—are changed as a result. If you consider yourself a writer, a non-writer, an

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Literary Parlor: Theodozia Zarivna, Ukrainian author

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In this new Literary Parlor, Svetlana Lachovkina interviews renowned Ukrainian author Theodozia Zarivna to discuss her craft, the differences between novels, poetry and theatre among other things. Finally, she also shares four of her poems, translated by Svetlana into English.

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A Literary Retrospective: Baldwin’s Go Tell It on the Mountain

Raja-Léon Hamann starts his new article series on the novels of James Baldwin with the author's earliest work, "Go Tell It on the Mountain," diving deep into the work's themes of motherhood and transgenerational struggles.

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