With uncompromising precision but still with care, Dénes Krusovszky discusses the fragmental character of human relations and situations in his prose poems.
Laura Erber’s Körper und Tage (Body and Days) is a finely woven lyrical volume of short verses that are repeatedly interspersed with silence. The sequence of texts refers to both the image sequences of cinema and the stream of desire.
The breath of Beatrix Haustein's language is cool, the form of her poems clear and mostly rhymeless. She artistically weaves Eichendorff and Heine, but she asks her most important question with Hölderin’s Hälfte des Lebens (Half of Life). »Weh mir, wo nehm' ich, wenn / Es Winter ist, die Blumen (...).«
In this round of episodes, Nora Iuga accompanies Sam through all life situations and illustrates ironic moments that reflect - despite or exactly because of their apparent arbitrariness - the male-human existence in its grotesque entirety.