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Silke Scheuermann
Portrait of Silke Scheuermann

Silke Scheuermann, widely considered one of the most talented and visionary German poets of her generation, was born in Karlsruhe in 1973 and now lives in Frankfurt am Main. She is the author of three poetry collections—Der Tag an dem die Möwen zweistimmig sangen (The Day the Seagulls Sang in Two Parts, 2001), Der zärtlichste Punkt im All (The Most Tender Place in the Universe, 2004), and Über Nacht ist es Winter (Overnight It’s Winter, 2007)—a story collection, Reiche Mädchen (Rich Girls, 2005), and a novel, Die Stunde zwischen Hund und Wolf (The Hour Between Dog and Wolf, 2007). (updated 1/2009)

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
New Delights
By Silke Scheuermann
Translated from the German by Chris Michalski
Poetry
Whispering Villages
By Silke Scheuermann
Translated from the German by Chris Michalski
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