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).

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