Fatma Aydemir
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Fatma Aydemir

Fatma Aydemir was born in Karlsruhe in 1986. She lives in Berlin and is a columnist and editor for the taz newspaper. Her debut novel, Ellbogen, was published by Hanser in 2017, and won the Klaus Michael Kühne Prize and the Franz Hessel Prize. In 2019, together with Hengameh Yaghoobifarah, she published the anthology Eure Heimat ist unser Albtraum. Djinns was awarded the Robert Gernhardt Prize. Twitter: @fatma_morgana

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Djinns

Djinns

Fatma Aydemir’s Epic Family Novel

Hüseyin has spent the past thirty years working in Germany, and now his biggest dream has finally come true: he’s bought his very own flat in ...

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Elbow

Elbow

“We need novels like this. To understand the world in which we live.”
JANA HENSEL

Nominated for the lit. COLOGNE 2017 debut prize

She is seventeen. She was born in ...

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97070 Würzburg

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Awards

2020 Robert-Gernhardt-Preis

2018 Franz-Hessel-Preis

2017 Klaus-Michael Kühne-Preis

Bibliographie

Im Carl Hanser Verlag erschienen
2017 Ellbogen. Roman