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Daniel Glattauer grew up in the 10th district of Vienna, Favoriten and attended the Neulandschule am Laaer Berg . In 1978 he graduated from high school and from 1979 studied education and art history . After completing his studies in 1985, he wrote for about three years for Die Presse and then moved to the newly founded daily Der Standard , where he was responsible for columns , court reports and feature articles from 1989 to 2009 .
Glattauer was best known for his columns under the abbreviation "dag" , which appeared in the so-called Einserkastl on the title page of the Standard, alternating with those of "rau" ( Hans Rauscher ) and in which he humorously dealt with the everyday. He left the standard editorial team, to which he belonged for more than 20 years, when his novel All Seven Waves appeared . Collections of his best columns are in book form under the names The Ant Count , The Birds Roar , Schauma mal and Mama, Not Now! published.
Daniel Glattauer's breakthrough came with his novel Gut gegen Nordwind , published in 2006 , which was nominated for the German Book Prize in the same year . As a modern form of the letter novel, the book deals with accidental e-mail correspondence between a single man and a married woman. The novel became a bestseller and is read all over the world. The stage version was premiered on May 7, 2009 at the Wiener Kammerspiele . The film adaptation Gut gegen Nordwind (film) by the German director Vanessa Jopp with Nora Tschirner and Alexander Fehling in the leading roles followed in 2019 . In 2009 the serial novel All Seven Waves appeared , which was also a great success. Daniel Glattauer's play The Wonder Exercise , directed by Michael Kreihsl, premiered in January 2015 at the Vienna Theater in der Josefstadt and filmed it in 2017 by Kreihsl .
In September 2018 his comedy Four Star Hours at the Wiener Kammerspiele , directed by Michael Kreihsl with August Zirner as Frederic Trömerbusch, Martina Ebm as Lisa, Susa Meyer as Mariella Brem and Dominic Oley as David-Christian Reichenshoffer, premiered. His novel gift was in 2018 by Daniel Prochaska with Thomas Stipsits , Tristan Göbel and Julia Koschitz in the lead roles filmed .
Glattauer's works have already been translated into over 35 languages. His older brother Nikolaus Glattauer is also a writer.
- Theo and the rest of the world . Döcker Verlag, Vienna 1997, ISBN 3-85115-244-1 .
- Do you plead guilty? Stories from the gray house. Döcker Verlag, Vienna 1998, ISBN 3-85115-261-1 .
- The Christmas dog . Deuticke Verlag , Vienna / Munich 2000, ISBN 3-216-30530-9 .
- The ant count . Comments on everyday life from Der Standard . Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2001, ISBN 3-216-30606-2 .
- That's why . Novel. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna / Frankfurt am Main 2002, ISBN 3-216-30677-1 .
- The birds roar . Comments on everyday life. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2004, ISBN 3-216-30729-8 .
- Good against north wind . Novel. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2006, ISBN 3-552-06041-3 .
- Incorrectly connected . Short opera in 15 minutes. Music by Johanna Doderer , libretto . First performance in 2007 in the siren opera theater .
- Rainer Maria is looking for paradise . With illustrations by Johanna Roither. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2008, ISBN 978-3-552-06082-1 .
- All seven waves . Novel. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2009, ISBN 978-3-552-06093-7 .
- Schauma times . Columns from everyday life. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2009, ISBN 978-3-552-06094-4 .
- The carp dispute. The most beautiful Christmas crises . With pictures by Michael Sowa , Sanssouci, Munich 2010, ISBN 978-3-8363-0243-2 .
- Theo. Answers from the nursery . Anthology . Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2010, ISBN 978-3-552-06140-8 .
- Mom, not now! Columns from everyday life. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2011, ISBN 978-3-552-06167-5 .
- Forever yours . Novel. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2012, ISBN 978-3-552-06181-1 .
- The miracle exercise . Theatrical comedy. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2014, ISBN 978-3-552-06239-9 . ( Filmed in 2017 under the direction of Michael Kreihsl )
- For free . Novel. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2014, ISBN 978-3-552-06257-3 .
- Four star hours . Theatrical comedy. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2018, ISBN 978-3-552-06378-5 .
- 2015, Gut gegen Nordwind, unabridged, read by Andrea Sawatzki and Christian Berkel, 4 CDs, ISBN 978-3-86909-173-0 .
- 2014, given, unabridged, read by Heikko Deutschmann, 8 CDs, ISBN 978-3-8449-1057-5 .
- 2014, Ewig Dein, abridged, read by Andrea Sawatzki, 4 CDs, ISBN 978-3-86909-163-1 .
- 2014, The Wonder Exercise, unabridged, read by Andrea Sawatzki, Christian Berkel, Wolfram Koch and Peter Jordan, 2 CDs, ISBN 978-3-8449-0909-8
- 2012, The Christmas Dog, abbreviated, read by Peter Jordan, Ulrike Grote 4 CDs, ISBN 978-3-89903-450-9 .
- 2012, Ewig Dein, abridged, read by Andrea Sawatzki, 4 CDs, ISBN 978-3-89903-349-6 .
- 2011, Rainer Maria sucht das Paradies, unabridged, read by Peter Jordan, 1 CDs, ISBN 978-3-89903-342-7 .
- 2011, Mama, not now !, selection, Daniel Glattauer, 1 CD, ISBN 978-3-89903-341-0 .
- 2011, All seven waves - the radio play, radio play, Eva Herzig, Michael Dangl, 2 CDs, ISBN 978-3-89903-649-7 .
- “Maybe I'm just saving the euro” , interview with Daníel Glattauer by Sebastian Fasthuber. In: Falter . , No. 4, Vienna, January 25, 2012, p. 22 f.
- Good against north wind. ( Memento from October 18, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Premiere at the Wiener Kammerspiele
- Daniel Glattauer The miracle exercise world premiere.
- Kammerspiele der Josefstadt: Daniel Glattauer: Four Star Hours: First performance . Retrieved September 15, 2018.
- St. Pölten on the screen: "Gift" in the cinema . Article dated November 11, 2018, accessed November 11, 2018.
- Christina Höfferer, Andreas Kloner: Writing is kissing with your head . Daniel Glattauer at school. ORF radio feature 2009 , 41 minutes.
- Literature by and about Daniel Glattauer in the catalog of the German National Library
- Official website of Daniel Glattauer
- Author profile of Daniel Glattauer at Deuticke Verlag
- Daniel Glattauer - writer from Laaer Berg
- Interview with Daniel Glattauer in the Wiener Zeitung
- Interview with Daniel Glattauer ( Memento from January 14, 2010 in the Internet Archive ) Hugendubel Verlag
- Daniel Glattauer in the Internet Movie Database (English)
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian writer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||May 19, 1960|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Vienna|