Once a month, Anne-Catherine Simon and Bettina Steiner invite you to their “Bücherei” to discuss three books. This time they are: “Shrapnel” by Bret Easton Ellis, “Floating Practs” by Dzhevad Karasan and “Hunger” by Nutt Hamsun.
About the podcast
With Bettina Steiner and Anne-Katherine Simon Die Presse has two of the most important literary critics in the country. From June 11th, the literary duo will be talking about books once a month: they’re taking out a “book in all windows” which is a well-received new release; – The book of the hour on an urgent topic. and a “hidden book” that they would recommend to friends. A podcast for people looking for good reading material, but also for those who want to know more about the book and the author.
from now on Once a month on Saturday On Presse and wherever there are podcasts.
Excerpts from the text: Clemens Patek
Produced by: Aaron Ulsacher, Georg Jeffrey / www.audio-funnel.com.
Editing/Pregnancy: Anna Wallner
More podcasts from “Press” at DiePresse.com/Podcast
Discussed in this episode:
Bret Easton Ellis: The Shards, from Stefan Kleiner’s American English, Keppenhaer & Wich
Dzivad Krassan: Floating Practice, from Bosnian by Katharina Wolf-Grishabber, Surcamp
Knut Hamsun: Hunger, translated from Norwegian by Ulrich Sonnenberg, Manse
If you’d like to join the discussion or would like to pick up a book, write to us at [email protected] You can find the “Press” library on Spotify, an AppleYouTube or Amazon Find and subscribe to Prime.
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