Thomas Stangl seduces us beyond the boundaries of reality into unexpected fictional realities and writes as playfully and fabulously as never before.
It is always beneficial to reflect on literature in basic and unusual contexts instead of categorizing it in terms of writing and reading – and Thomas Stangl is a master of this art.
A hypnotic meditation on our present time and the role art plays in it, and in our life. It is a novel full of magic moments – and also Stangl’s most political book so far.
An overwhelming read, lifting our perception to another dimension.
»Stangl is opening doors of perception to us. He works to re-write the lost time. This is a piece of literature in which I feel very free.« (Iris Radisch)
The literary scholar, critic and essayist Daniela Strigl takes us to her eloquent, amusing and surprising thought games about laziness in literature and life.
Unadorned depictions of a barely repressed nightmare in a suburban idyll
»It’s impossible not to be enthralled by the pithy, suggestive style of Strobel.« (Werner Schuster)
A book about the beginning of love and writing.
Andreas Unterweger brings the beginnings of adulthood to life in a clever and shrewd way.
Extra-ordinary miniature stories about the ordinary process of becoming a father.
One thing is certain: Nothing in the world has ever been as glorious as those summers!
Unconventional and light-footed, and yet concise and enigmatic: this is another way of writing about love these days!
A wonderful book about childhood… on the bliss of being both father and child.