Olga Grjasnowa

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Olga Grjasnowa

Olga Grjasnowa born in 1984 in Baku, Azerbaijan, grew up in the Caucasus and has spent extended periods in Poland, Russia and Israel. She is a graduate of the German Institute for Literature in Leipzig. In 2001 she was awarded the European Border Crossers Prize by the Robert Bosch Foundation. Hanser has published the novels Russian Men love Birch Trees (2012) and A Legal Haziness of a Marriage (2014).


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A Legal Haziness of a Marriage

A Legal Haziness of a Marriage

You don’t have to wait for a mid-life crisis, you can fuck up your life good and proper by your mid twenties.
Jonoun, Altay and Leyla have all the freedom in the world but they opt for a ...

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Russian Men love Birch Trees

Russian Men love Birch Trees

As a child Mascha witnessed the bloody Armenian pogroms at the beginning of the 1990s. In Germany she suffers the experience of immigration and loss of voice that comes with it. Now she is fluent ...

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Awards

2015 Adelbert von Chamisso-Förderpreis

2012 Klaus-Michael Kühne-Preis

2012 Anna Seghers-Preis

2011 Stipendium der Robert-Bosch-Stiftung

2008 Stipendium der Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

2007 Stipendium des Klagenfurter Literaturkurses

Bibliographie

Im Carl Hanser Verlag erscheint
2012 Der Russe ist einer, der Birken liebt. Roman
2014 Die juristische Unschärfe einer Ehe. Roman