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is an author, born in 1971 in Sopron, Hungary, and living in Berlin since 1990. Mora has been awarded numerous prizes for her stories and novels, including the Ingeborg Bachmann Prize, the Kunstpreis Berlin, the Preis der Leipziger Buchmesse, the Deutsche Buchpreis and, in 2018, the Georg Büchner Prize. Her books have been translated into twenty languages. Moreover, Mora is one of the most distinguished translators from Hungarian.
is a professor at the Nagoya Gakuin University. In his research field of modern German literature, he focuses on Border-crossing literature in Europe. Tsuchiya is an organiser of several symposiums and reading events. Besides he has wrote and edited numbers of studies on contemporary literature from European and Japanese writers.
is a professor for German Literature at Tsuda University in Tokyo. His research interest lies in Swiss literature and transnational Literature. He is also one of a specialists on the Literature of Heinrich von Kleist, an awarded translator from German into Japanese and he works as a literary translator. His translation works include titles from prolific authors like Robert Walser and Ilma Rakusa.