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70. Jahrgang

2016/2017

[Volume 70: 2016–2017]

    479,00 € / $671.00 / £430.00*

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    Vol 1: xviii, 001-725 Vol. 2: viii, 727-1451
    Publication Date:
    August 2016
    ISBN
    978-3-11-045527-4
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    Overview

    • Approximately 12,000 entries based on information provided by the authors themselves and from thorough research
    • Up-to-date and comprehensive documentation of the contemporary German language fiction scene

    Aims and Scope

    The 70th edition of Kürschners Deutscher Literatur-Kalender, reliably documenting the contemporary literary scene in German-speaking countries, records some 12,000 authors.

    Expressing no lit-crit judgements, the Literatur-Kalender presents since more than 130 years living authors who write in German, whatever their nationality or geographical location may be. Entries provide information on address, biographical data, membership in literary organizations and associations, literary awards as well as each writer's publications.

    The extensive indexes, to be found in the appendix, have also been revised and updated thoroughly: they now contain more than 800 translators of literature (along with an index of languages), more than 1,000 publishing houses, more than 500 literary awards including recent winners, more than 600 associations, literary organizations, literary centres (Literaturhäuser) etc., some 300 literary journals and periodicals, as well as literary agencies, radio and TV stations' arts departments or literary features to be found in the printed media.

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    Details

    xxvi, 1451 pages
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Reference Work
    Readership:
    Libraries, Literary Archives and Museums, Literary Associations and Societies, Authors

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    "Ein Monument aus Fakten"

    Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 21.12.2010

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