Mathias Klammer

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Mathias Klammer (born April 10, 1988 in Lienz ) is an Austrian writer .


After publications in literary magazines and anthologies, his debut novel The Minimalism of Things was published in March 2011 . A year later, the short story volume Not here, not now was published, followed in 2014 by the novel A good day to fly by Arovell Verlag in Upper Austria . In autumn 2016 his first detective novel was published by Emons Verlag in Cologne, entitled "The Hofer and the Last Snow". "Die Tote aus Salzburg" (2018) is the continuation of this crime series based in Salzburg. In addition to prose works, Klammer also writes plays and poetry.

He studied communication science and philosophy in Salzburg and Graz and currently lives in the city of Salzburg. His previous literary work has received various grants and awards from the Austrian Federal Chancellery as well as the states of Tyrol and Salzburg.




  • Quiet, time, quiet. A drama in four acts. 2013


  • Helmuth Schönauer : lightning and coma . Materials on contemporary Tyrolean literature 2000–2014. Innsbruck, Vienna 2014. pp. 204–205.

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