Das Jahr 1990 freilegen received the Preis der Stiftung Buchkunst

We are overwhelmed and would like to thank everyone who contributed to this montage of pictorial documents and voices from 1990, especially the photographers whose images we were kindly allowed to use, Alexander Kluge for his essayistic reflections and stories that look back on this year from the perspective of the present, and Martin Gross, the long time missing author, whose book Das letzte Jahr will be relaunched September 24 at Brecht-Haus Berlin!   

Chantal Akermans Verschwinden at Kompressor – Magazin für Popkultur

Tine Rahel Völcker and Massimo Maio talking about Chantal Akermans Verschwinden. Les Rendez-vous de Tarnów. The conversation is available at Deutschlandfunk Kultur.

I Seem to Live at Kompressor – Magazin für Popkultur

Anne König and Nana Brink talking about I Seem to Live. The New York Diaries, 1950–2011, the first volume of Jonas Mekas’s key literary work. The conversation is available at Deutschlandfunk Kultur.

Das Jahr 1990 freilegen at Studio LCB

Last Saturday Deutschlandradio broadcasted a long-distance telephone conversation between Ute Mahler, Jörg Schieke and Jan Wenzel, providing valuable insight into the book „Das Jahr 1990 freilegen“. Unfortunately the conversation, moderated by Thomas Lehmkul, did not take place as a public event in front of spectators at Studio LCB, but for those that missed the broadcast, you can listen to the podcast now available on the website of the Literary Colloquium Berlin

Spectorbooks.com > Open in Times of Closure

As stores are closing all over the place you might wonder how to get those books now that there finally is time to read. You can order all of our titles online, we have sufficient stock, the supply is secured :) Free shipping for all orders over 50 € (Germany), 100 € (EU), 200 € (worldwide). Visit spectorbooks.com Stay safe and reading!

Book presentation with Zamp Kelp in Berlin

On Friday 6th March 2020 at 6 pm Zamp Kelp will present his book "Luftschlosser" at the gallery space at Weydinger Str. 10, 10178 Berlin. An evening with contributions by Ludwig Engel, Kristin Feireiss and Chris Kelp.