Karl-Heinz Ott: "Und jeden Morgen das Meer"
Karl-Heinz Ott, born in Ehingen on the Danube in 1957, has received numerous awards for his work, including: the Förderpreis of the Friedrich Hölderlin Prize (1999), the Alemannic Literature Prize (2005), the LiteraTour Nord Prize (2006), the Johann Peter Hebel Prize (2012) and the Wolfgang Koeppen Prize (2014). Latest publications by Hanser: Die Auferstehung (2015).
Sonja has been the manageress of a hotel on Lake Constance for 30 years; her husband Bruno is its award-winning chef. But now she’s looking down from the cliffs near Abydyr, a remote Welsh ...
Father is lying in state. With his death, the last thread linking the four siblings is severed. But before they inform anyone, the inheritance has to be divided up – provided of course that ...