Bettina Galvagni (* 26. March 1976 in Neumarkt , Italy ) is one of South Tyrol originating writer and doctor .
Galvagni attended the humanistic grammar school in Bozen and studied medicine in Vienna from 1995 . Galvagni currently lives in Paris , where she works as a doctor.
In 1997 Galvagni took part in the Ingeborg Bachmann Competition , where she was awarded the Ernst Willner Prize for her text The Last Icon . In the same year her first novel Melancholia was published , most of which she had already written at the age of 17. In 1998 Galvagni received the Rauris Literature Prize for this novel . She was hailed as the “child prodigy of Austrian literature”. In 2002, Galvagni's second novel, Persona, was published .
- Moira . Poems. work group lyrik, 1996.
- Melancholia . Novel. Residenz Verlag, 1997. ISBN 3-7017-1068-6
- Jerusalem . Narrative. In: 20 under 30. Young German authors . Edited by Martin Brinkmann and Werner Loch-Lawrence . German publishing company 2002
- Persona . Novel. Luchterhand Literaturverlag, 2002. ISBN 3-630-87129-1
- Kassandra im Fenster (together with Friederike Mayröcker and Mikael Vogel ). Poems. Offizin S., 2008
- Literature by and about Bettina Galvagni in the catalog of the German National Library
- ↑ Kerstin Fritzsche: Forgotten Authors - Miss Miracles from the Grabbeltisch . ZEIT online, April 4, 2008.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Italian writer (South Tyrol)|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 26, 1976|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Neumarkt , Italy|