Annika Reich

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Annika Reich

Annika Reich was born in 1973 in Munich, and lives in Berlin. She studied philosophy and ethnology and now works as a full-time author, essayist and visiting lecturer. Her debut novel Teflon appeared in 2003.


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Lotto Has Her Own Head

Lotto Has Her Own Head

There are many things Lotto doesn’t like. Chores, boredom, and broccoli, for example. But she likes rockets, her grandmother, and fresh ideas – and with those she can survive even the most ...

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Nights by her Side

Nights by her Side

Of course love is all you need. But while Ada loses herself in her own universe she is overtaken by a world divided into East and West, war and peace, order and chaos.

Watching couples ...

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34 Meters Above Sea Level

34 Meters Above Sea Level

Ella is a great storyteller. Even when she was a little girl, she started dreaming up colourful stories about her life to distance herself from her overly adventurous mother and excessively ...

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Annika Reich liest aus "Lotto macht, was sie will!"

München
Münchner Stadtmuseum,
Sankt-Jakobs-Platz 1,
80331 München

Annika Reich liest aus "Lotto macht, was sie will!"

München
Münchner Stadtmuseum,
Sankt-Jakobs-Platz 1,
80331 München

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Awards

2003 Arbeitsstipendium des Berliner Senats

2002 Promotionsstipendium der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

2001 1. Literaturpreis von MAX und und dem Fischer Taschenbuchverlag

Bibliographie

Im Carl Hanser Verlag ist erschienen
2010 Durch den Wind. Roman
2012 34 Meter über dem Meer. Roman
2015 Die Nächte auf ihrer Seite. Roman

Im Hanser Kinderbuch
2016 Lotto macht, was sie will! Kinderbuch. Mit Illustrationen von Regina Kehn

Weitere Veröffentlichungen:
2000 Was ist Haiku? Zur Konstruktion der japanischen Nation zwischen Orient und Okzident
2003 Teflon. Erzählung
Diverse literarische Texte in Zeitschriften und Anthologien (u.a. in ndl, Bella Triste, Anthologien des Würth-Literaturpreises 2000 und 2001)