Nora Bossong

Tomorrow Too - Political Writings

(German title: Auch morgen)
ca. 150 pages
Nora Bossong
Foto: Nora Bossong
© Heike Steinweg

Nora Bossong, born in 1982 in Bremen, is a writer of poetry, novels and essays, and has been the recipient of several awards for these, including the Peter Huchel Prize, the Art Prize Berlin, the Kranichsteiner Literaturpreis 2019 and the Joseph Breitbach Prize 2020. Rules of Engagement was longlisted for the German Book Prize 2019. Nora Bossong's works have been translated into various languages.

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Be it in her award-winning novels, reportages or essays – Nora Bossong’s texts unfailingly take us straight into the painfully relevant problems areas of our time. Where others make snap judgement or withdraw into themselves, she looks closely, listens with compassion and asks questions: about colonial guilt and global justice, about the West’s claims to power and the nature of evil.

With analytical astuteness and verbal power, she exposes mistaken idealisation and populist humbug, warns of letting history sink into oblivion and of the growing weariness of democracy. She travels to the Yellow Vests protests in Paris, to the opponents of Germany’s coal phase-out in Jänschwalde, to the commemoration events on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda and to the trial against suspected war criminals in The Hague – and she shows that reconciliation cannot be ordered but that our efforts in its service may never ease.

Other publications

Schutzzone/Rules of Engagement (2019)

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Netherlands (Wereldbibliotheek)

Domestic Rights Sales: German Audiobook (DAV), German Book Club (Büchergilde Gutenberg), German Entire Radio Reading (HR)

Kreuzzug mit Hund/Crusade with a Dog (2018)

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English world rights (Seagull)