Sabine Scholl

Sabine Scholl

The author Sabine Scholl, born in Grieskirchen (Austria) in 1959, read history, German studies and theatre studies at Vienna University, and has written novels, essays, poetry, audiobooks and theatre pieces. She was on the jury of the International Literature Awards in the Haus der Kulturen der Welt from 2015 to 2017. In 2019 a collection of her essays, “Erfundene Heimaten”, (“Imaginary Homelands”) was published by Sonderzahl Verlag.    

Photo: Uta Tochtermann



Articles by this author

Endlich! (Ausgabe I/2020)

Where there’s lust, there’s shame

Abubakar Adam Ibrahim’s story of love in Nigeria tackles taboos head-on

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The hunters and the hunted (Issue II/2021)

Second-class people

In her novel, author Cho Nam-Joo tells of a South Korean woman who is caught between tradition and hypermodernity.

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Make it yourself (Issue IV/2021)

A Hundred Years of Violence

The Vietnamese author Nguyen Phan Que Mai tells a family tale from her war-ravaged land.

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