Reading Samuel Hamen & Marc Angel

The author looks back on his own, Luxembourgish childhood of a civil servant offspring in the 1990s. He inspects various strands of time and episodes from his earliest childhood up to his youth in order to clarify what he actually perceived and what are only mental constructions. Does he stand in his way when he wants to remember?
Samuel Hamen, born in 1988, attended the Lycée classique de Diekirch. Since 2013 he has been working on a dissertation on the poet and essayist Thomas Kling at the University of Heidelberg. He has published in Luxembourgish, German and Swiss literary journals and was awarded the Hans Bernhard Schiff Prize in 2016. As a freelance cultural editor, he works for d’Lëtzebuerger Land, ZEIT ONLINE and Radio 100,7. Samuel Hamen is in charge of the literature blog Marc Angel was born in Diekirch in 1960. He has been working as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator for over twenty years. Having started out with commissions mostly, he now specializes in comic books as well as paintings and graphic art. He has published several works under the pseudonym Mangro.
  • Samuel Hamen, Marc Angel, Zeeechen. Erzielungen a grafesch Geschichten, Éditions Guy Binsfeld, 2019.
  • Samuel Hamen, V wéi vreckt, w wéi Vitess. Erzielung, Éditions Guy Binsfeld, 2018.
Samuel Hamen Zeeechen
Éditions Guy Binsfeld
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