What to read this month: July 2022
Expressionist prose works, a feminist tale of 16th century isolation and an apocalyptic garden gnome make our […]
Rediscovering Audre Lorde
Since the release of Audre Lorde – The Berlin Years 1984-1992 back in 2012, her brand of […]
Rebecca Rukeyser on sleaze, desire and performing Americanness
We spoke with US author Rebecca Rukeyser about her debut novel, The Seaplane on Final Approach, and […]
The Panke: Paul Scraton on his love for one of Berlin’s lesser known waterways
Author Paul Scraton on the Panke, the narrow, shallow river that has become his constant companion.
On the shore: Why Kafka makes the perfect holiday read
For this “feral girl summer”, Alexander Wells suggests a beach read from off the beaten path.
Berlin Blues to Marzahn, Mon Amour: 20 years of Berlin in 20 books
These 20 books - all published since Exberliner started - show the hopes, dreams, failures and fantasies […]