Now in residence
Jaspreet SINGH, Canada
(in residence from 5 February to 3 June)
Jaspreet Singh is an award-winning Indian-Canadian writer. His books include two novels, Chef (Bloomsbury, 2010) and Helium (Bloomsbury, 2014); a story collection, 17 Tomatoes (Vehicule Press, 2004); and a collection of poems, November (Bayeux Arts, 2017). His essays have appeared in Granta, Brick: a literary journal, The Globe and Mail, and the New York Times. His work has been translated into French, Italian, Arabic, Spanish and Punjabi. His fifth book, Nature, a collection of poems, is slated for publication in 2020.
Marius HULPE, Germany
(in residence from 10 February to 6 May)
Marius Hulpe studied Cultural Science in Hildesheim, Berlin and Zurich. He has published the poetry collections Wiederbelebung der Lämmer (Ammann Verlag, 2008), Einmal werden wir (Lyrikedition 2000, 2013) and Süße elektrische Nacht (Haus Nottbeck, 2014), the essay Der Polen-Komplex (Hanser Verlag, 2016) and in autumn 2019 his first novel, Wilde grüne Stadt (DuMont), which deals with the labyrinth of deracinated identities. His texts have been adapted for the screen and radio. He was awarded the NRW Literature Prize and the Villa Decius and the Berlin Senate fellowships.