In »Die Welt« (Diogenes), the successful Swiss author Arno Camenisch tells of travel, curiosity about the world and love. He's stepping into the noughties when he's in
In »Die Welt« (Diogenes), the successful Swiss author Arno Camenisch tells of travel, curiosity about the world and love. He goes back to the noughties, when he was in his twenties, when he never stayed in one place, when he turned day into night - with Moby and the Rolling Stones as the soundtrack. »The World« is an intimate novel: Camenisch artistically interweaves his own travels, phases of love and life - and tells of starting and arriving, of new beginnings and closing strokes.
Arno Camenisch, born in Tavanasa in the canton of Graubünden in 1978, studied literary writing at the Swiss Literature Institute in Biel, where he has lived ever since. In 2009 his first novel, »Sez Ner«, was published in German and Romansh. Twelve more books followed. With »Golden Years« he was on the longlist for the German Book Prize 2020. For his last novel »Der Schatten über dem Dorf« he was awarded the Bern Literature Prize in 2021. Camenisch is also on the road as a spoken word artist and continues to prove that he is a great performer. »His readings are cult.« (»Hessischer Rundfunk«).
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