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Monique Laederach Laederach participated in literary conferences in Great Britain, Scandinavia, the United States, Canada and Mexico. She was a member of the Gruppe Olten.
Jürg Laederach Jürg Laederach (born 20 December 1945 in Basel, Switzerland) is a Swiss writer.
Monique Laederach The daughter of Jean-Rodolphe Laederach and Hilde Maeder, she was born in Les Brenets and studied music in Vienna, going on to pursue the study of literature at the University of Lausanne and the University of Neuchâtel. During this time, she also taught German. She published poems, novels, radio plays, plays for the theatre and literary criticism. Laederach also translated works by German-language writers such as Kafka, Rilke, Erika Burkart and Adolf Muschg into French.
Monique Laederach A complete collection of her poems was published in 2003. She received the in 1977, 1982 and 2000.
Monique Laederach Monique Laederach (May 16, 1938 – March 17, 2004) was a Swiss writer and translator.
Monique Laederach From 1961 to 1973, she was married to the Swiss writer .
Swiss literature Others worth mentioning are Melinda Nadj Abonji, Sibylle Berg, Erika Burkart, Jürg Federspiel, Lukas Hartmann, Thomas Hürlimann, Franz Hohler, Zoë Jenny, Jürg Laederach, Hugo Loetscher, Niklaus Meienberg, Gerhard Meier, Milena Moser, Adolf Muschg, Paul Nizon, Erica Pedretti, Martin Suter, Peter Weber, and Markus Werner. Writers after 1990 are Peter Stamm, Lukas Bärfuss and Christian Kracht.
Pierre Lepori He studied in the universities of Siena and Bern (Dr. Degree in drama). Lepori was editor for the "Theaterlexikon der Schweiz", and a journalist in Lausanne for the Swiss Radio and for the literacy yearbook "Viceversa Letteratura". He has translated works by French writers like Claude Ponti, Monique Laederach and Gustave Roud to Italian. He received the Swiss Schiller Prize for Poetry in 2004. He is founder and editor of the review "Hétérographe: revue des homolittératures ou pas" (queer literature & critics). Pierre Lepori's novel 'Sexuality' has an unusual publishing history: it was launched simultaneously in three languages: Italian, French and German. The author did his own translation from Italian to French, and the German translator based her version on the two "originals". In addition, there is a trilingual version that switches between all three languages, depending on which character is speaking.