Helga Glantschnig

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City, Country:

Wien, Austria


1997, 1998


Mar 1997 - Aug 1997

Born in Klagenfurt, Austria, 1958.

She studied education and pilosophy at the University of Graz, graduating in 1986. She worked as a German teacher and lecturer at the Universities of Vienna and Graz.

Since 1994, she has been living as an independent writer. Her publications include: Wider Willen, novel (1992), Rose, die wütet. anagrams inspired by films (1993, both at Droschl ed.), Blume ist Kind von Wiese oder Deutsch ist meine Zunge (Luchterhand 1993), Entrée: die Frau (Droschl 1995), Mirnock (1997), Meine Dreier (1998). She has contributed to magazines and anthologies.

Her most recent awards have been the special prize by the city of Vienna (1995) and a Rome studio grant (1996).

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