Sandra Hoffmann
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Sandra Hoffmann

Sandra Hoffmann born in 1967, lives as a freelance writer in Munich. She works for the Literaturhaus, teaches creative writing and writes for the radio. She received the Thaddäus Troll Prize for her last novel Was ihm fehlen wird, wenn er tot ist (2012).

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Life Happens Here

Life Happens Here

When Ona sees him for the first time, she already knows. There’s something about his eyes, that goes right through her heart. By all means, Ona wants to get to know this slender, silent boy ...

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Paula

Paula

When Paula dies, she takes a secret to the grave. Her daughter and granddaughter will never know who their father or grandfather was. With courage and tenderness, Sandra Hoffmann tells the life ...

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Things He’ll Miss When He’s Dead

Things He’ll Miss When He’s Dead

Is death harder to confront if you’ve been forced to assert your survival in the face of immense resistance? Sandra Hoffmann’s new novel tells the story of Janek Bilinski, a Polish POW ...

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Taking the Plunge

Taking the Plunge

So sad it makes you laugh. So beautiful you want to cry. Twelve stories about growing up. By twelve young German women writers.

To be young means to experience many things for the ...

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HEIMat / HERkunft Drei Mörike-FörderpreisträgerInnen in Lesung und Gespräch

Fellbach-Schmiden
Hotel Bürkle,
Augustenstraße 1,
70736 Fellbach-Schmiden

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Awards

2018 Hans-Fallada-Preis

2012 Thaddäus-Troll-Preis