Paul-Henri Campbell
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Paul-Henri Campbell

Paul-Henri Campbell (translator) was born 1982 in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a bilingual poet of German and English. He studied Catholic Theology and Classical Greek at the National University of Ireland and the Goethe-University in Frankfurt am Main. He is the author of four volumes of poetry, including nach den narkosen / after anesthesia (Heidelberg 2017). He received the Bavarian Arts and Literary Prize in 2017 and the Hermann-Hesse-Förderpeis in 2018. His recent book of interviews is entitled Tattoo & Religion. Die bunten Kathedralen des Selbst (Heidelberg 2019).

Winter 2020 (Issue 15), To my Angel
Winter 2019 (Issue 14), Treves, Easter 1041
Winter 2016 (Issue 11), Ships Glow at Night
Winter 2015 (Issue 10), Time to Stay, Time to Leave