Francis Nenik is a pseudonym; the writer prefers to remain anonymous. He was born in the early 1980s and lives in Leipzig. Nenik boasts numerous publications in renowned magazines such as Merkur, Edit and Words Without Borders, some of which were produced for radio. His debut novel XO was published as a loose-leaf collection. His award-winning essay “The Marvel of Biographical Bookkeeping (tr. Katy Derbyshire) was published by Readux Books in 2013, Coin Operated History (tr. Amanda DeMarco) by Fiktion in 2016.
‘…particularly peculiar, breath-taking and worth telling.’ Alexander Solloch, NDR Kultur. Francis Nenik’s thrilling slice of narrative non-fiction »Journey through a Tragicomic Century« is about the life of the forgotten writer Hasso Grabner, told with great joy in language and love of absurdity. The journey takes us from the Young Communists in 1920s Leipzig to wartime …
Journey through a Tragicomic CenturyBook 12.99 GBPNarrative non-fiction
ca. 170 Seiten15 September 2020
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