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Schulze, Ingo

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Ingo Schulze, born in 1962 in Dresden, studied Classical Philology in Jena and worked in Altenburg as a dramatic advisor and newspaper editor. He has lived with his family in Berlin since 1993. Awards for his first book, 33 Augenblicke des Glücks [33 Moments of Happiness] (1995) included the Aspekte Literature Prize. He received the Berlin Literature Prize with the Johannes Bobrowski Medal for Simple Storys (title of the English translation: Simple Stories) (1998). In 2001 he received the Joseph Breitbach Literature Prize and in 2007 he received the Prize of the Leipzig Book Fair for his second volume of stories, Handy [Cell phone]. Ingo Schulze is a member of the Academy of Arts Berlin and of the German Academy for Language and Poetry. His books have been translated into 27 languages.

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