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O-Töne 2023: Teresa Präauer

27.07.2023 to 27.07.2023 - MQ Main Courtyard

O-Töne 2023: Teresa Präauer



thu, 27.07.2023
20.00 h

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Thu 27.07., 20h l MQ Haupthof l Admission free 

O-Töne Debuts: Johanna Sebauer "Nincshof

Reading: Teresa Präauer "Cooking in the wrong century"

Moderation: Daniela Strigl

Johanna Sebauer, born in 1988, studied political science and journalism in Vienna, Aarhus, Santiago de Chile and Hamburg and currently works in science communication. Her short stories have appeared in several anthologies. For her work on her debut novel "Nincshof" (Dumont), from which she will read in the O-Töne, she received scholarships from the Austrian Ministry of Culture and the Hamburg Department of Culture, among others.

Teresa Präauer, born in 1979, studied German language and literature and fine arts. She has received numerous awards, including the aspekte Literature Prize (2012), the Erich Fried Prize (2017) and the Ben Witter Prize (2022). In addition to various teaching activities at universities and work as a visual artist, Präauer regularly publishes texts on art and literature (e.g. in Volltext, die Zeit, Salzburger Nachrichten). She has already been a guest at the O-Töne with her novels "Johnny und Jean" (2014), "Oh Schimmi" (2016) and "Mädchen" (2022). This year she will read from her highly acclaimed current novel "Kochen im falschen Jahrhundert" (Wallstein).

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