Mirko Bonné c_Skiba
Mirko Bonné (born in 1965 in Tegernsee) has translated work by such writers as E.E. Cummings, Emily Dickinson, John Keats, Robert Louis Stevenson and William Butler Yeats. He has published novels, stories, essays, travel journals and radio plays. His novel Lichter als der Tag is forthcoming in Autumn 2017. Foreign travel and fellowships have taken Mirko Bonné to South America, the USA, Iran, China and the Antarctic. Prizes he has received for his work include the Ernst Willner Prize, the Prix Relay, the Marie Luise Kaschnitz Prize and the Rainer Malkowski Prize. Bonné lives in Hamburg.
Publications (a selection):
Nie mehr Nacht. Schöffling & Co. 2013
Traklpark, Schöffling & Co.2012
Wie wir verschwinden. Schöffling & Co. 2009
Die Republik der Silberfische. Schöffling & Co. 2008