The Berlin Writers' Workshop and Lettrétage present an evening with David Hermann Fox and Alistair Noon.
Free entry. Limited seating.
About the authors
Alistair Noon's publications include two poetry collections from Nine Arches Press (Earth Records and The Kerosene Singing), a recent pamphlet from Longbarrow Press (QUAD), a collaboration with poet Giles Goodland (Surveyors' Riddles, Sidekick Books), and translations of poetry from German and Russian, most recently Concert at a Railway Station, selected poems of Osip Mandelstam (Shearsman, September 2018). Born in 1970 near London, he has lived in Berlin since the early nineties, appeared at international sound poetry festivals in the late nineties, and founded and ran Berlin's Poetry Hearings festival from 2005 to 2008. He has published essays on the fall of the Berlin Wall, poetry and translocality, and Wuhan punk.
(Photo cred: Karl Hurst)
David Hermann Fox was born in Germany and grew up in England before moving to Berlin in 2013. He studied philosophy, theatre, and comparative literature, graduating from UCL with an MA in Comparative Literature. He has written and co-directed a number of documentaries about social issues such as fair trade and domestic violence, including, most recently, Es Soll Aufhören for Kinderschutz Schweiz, the Swiss Foundation for Child Protection. Hermann Fox is a co-creator and head writer of a TV drama that was recently sold to a production company and is currently completing THE UNDOING OF JOHNNY PENGUIN, his debut novel.
(Photo cred: Nikolaus Kim)