Join the International Online Book Club of Goethe-Institut London with the award-winning German-Hungarian author, Terézia Mora, reading her anthology Die Liebe unter Aliens (Love among Aliens) on Thursday the 25th at 6 pm.
At the Goethe-Institut’s new international digital book club, like-minded people from all over Northern Europe can read German-language literature together and share their reading experience. What’s really special is that the authors will join us live, read from their books and take part in our discussion.
Terézia Mora was born in 1971 in Sopron, Hungary. She has lived in Berlin since 1990, where she studied screenwriting.
Her literary debut was in 1999. Since then, several novels and short story volumes have been published. Among those were “Alle Tage” (Day in Day out) (2004), “Das Ungeheuer” (The Monster) (2013, winner of the German Book Prize) and “Die Liebe unter Aliens” (Love among Aliens) (2016).
In 2018 she received the Georg-Büchner Prize, the most important German literary prize, which is presented by the German Academy of Language and Literature (Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung).
Terézia Mora is also known for her translations, including those of the Hungarian author Péter Esterházy.
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