Worthy of a punctum: Agatha Frischmuth reviews Anna Weidenholzer’s ‘The Dog’s Place’

SEVENTH STORY: The only page Ferdinand reads in the morning paper is that which his wife leaves open on the kitchen table before she goes to work. Naturally, he could chose to read any other page. Being the interested autodidact that he is, one  might well expect him to be more selective about the whole… Read More Worthy of a punctum: Agatha Frischmuth reviews Anna Weidenholzer’s ‘The Dog’s Place’

Unreal Cities: Interview with Teresa Präauer and Tex Rubinowitz

The Austrian Cultural Forum, in collaboration with literature curator Jen Calleja, invited two Austrian authors to explore London and share their experiences with two British authors, namely Ruby Cowling and Thomas McMullan. The four of them worked on themes such as architecture, public spaces, psychogeography and the vast city itself. To give our readers and guests a glimpse of what these two Austrian writers think… Read More Unreal Cities: Interview with Teresa Präauer and Tex Rubinowitz

Killer Thrillers: An Interview with Ursula Poznanski aka Ursula P. Archer

On Thursday 9 April, Ursula Poznanski is going to present her novel Five at the ACF London as part of our crime literature event Killer Thrillers from Austria. We wanted to get some insight into her work, so we asked her about her popular detective duo, the suspense of crime literature and the inspiration for”the right story”.… Read More Killer Thrillers: An Interview with Ursula Poznanski aka Ursula P. Archer

Literature and Fashion: Amy Key on DMMJK

February is all about fashion here at the ACF London. Britta Burger’s photography exhibition is already up, and the International Fashion Showcase opens its doors this Friday. This year Another Austria, our contribution to the showcase, combines literature and fashion design. We commissioned six young authors to write pieces inspired by the six designers featured… Read More Literature and Fashion: Amy Key on DMMJK