Raphaela Edelbauer (* 1990 in Vienna ) is an Austrian writer.
Raphaela Edelbauer attended the sports high school in Maria Enzersdorf , after graduating from high school , she studied language art with Robert Schindel at the University of Applied Arts Vienna . In 2012 she began studying philosophy at the University of Vienna . She worked for the Niederösterreichische Nachrichten (NÖN) in the Mödling district . Edelbauer is the daughter of the ethnologist Gabriele Schätzle-Edelbauer, who also works as a journalist for the Lower Austrian News, and comes from Hinterbrühl in Lower Austria . Her father is the philosopher and writer Henri Harald Edelbauer. Together with him, she gave a lecture on the subject of Wittgenstein Meets ÖGS at the 31st International Wittgenstein Symposium organized by the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society : What one cannot sign from ...
Edelbauer has published in literary magazines and anthologies and appears at literary festivals since 2009 . She wrote commissioned works for the city of Mödling and the Ministry of Women , among others ; together with Gabriele Schätzle-Edelbauer, Sylvia Unterrader and Lena Treitler, she published the volumes Frauenspuren in Mödling and Frauenspuren in Mödling II . For the Shakespeare Summer Games in Mödling, under the direction of Nicole Fendesack, she translated William Shakespeare's All's Well All Well New.
For her prose debut Entdecker , published in February 2017 . A Poetics she was awarded the main prize of the Rauris Literature Prize in 2018 . In 2017 the premiere of the Extremperformance Literazah took place, performances took place in Vienna and Berlin, among others. In 2017 she was a scholarship holder of the German Literature Fund for her manuscript for her novel The Liquid Land . 2018 she read at the invitation of Klaus Kastberger only Austrian participant at the Ingeborg Bachmann competition , where they face the audience award and the town clerk scholarship of the city of Klagenfurt was excellent. Edelbauer writes texts for contemporary composers , among others she worked with Stephan Aschböck and Robin Haigh, and wrote a libretto for the Croatian composer Margareta Ferek-Petric.
Her novel The Liquid Land was shortlisted for the German Book Prize in August 2019 and in third place on the ORF best list in October and November 2019 . The novel was published in 2020 as an audio book read by Kristina Sprenger .
- 2017: explorer. A poetics . With drawings by Simon Goritschnig. Klever Verlag, Vienna 2017, ISBN 978-3-903110-13-7 .
- 2019: The Liquid Land . Novel. Klett-Cotta Verlag, Stuttgart 2019, ISBN 978-3-608-96436-3 .
Publications in anthologies (selection)
- 2016: Traces of women in Mödling: long-term - association for the mediation of contemporary history (with Gabriele Schätzle-Edelbauer, Sylvia Unterrader and Lena Treitler). Books on Demand, Norderstedt 2016, ISBN 978-3-7412-1594-0 .
- 2017: Traces of women in Mödling II (with Gabriele Schätzle-Edelbauer, Sylvia Unterrader and Lena Treitler). Books on Demand, Norderstedt 2017, ISBN 978-3-7460-1907-9 .
Awards and nominations
- 2017: Scholarship from the German Literature Fund
- 2018: Rauris Literature Prize - main prize for explorers. A poetics
- 2018: Audience award and city clerk grant from the city of Klagenfurt at the Ingeborg Bachmann Prize 2018
- 2019: Theodor Körner Prize for Literature
- 2019: German Book Prize - Shortlist ( The Liquid Land )
- 2019: Austrian Book Prize - Shortlist ( The Liquid Land )
- 2020: Requests to speak - Shortlist ( Otto Weininger's suicide told from the only decent perspective )
- 2020: Shortlist Xylophone Literature Prize for the best second book for The Liquid Land
- 2020: Literature Prize of the Doppelfeld Foundation - Promotional Prize for Liquid Land
- Theo Breuer : Twenty Days - Twenty Novels: A Book Game . In: Matrix . Journal for literature and art , 58th edition, Pop Verlag, Ludwigsburg 2019, pp. 7–167.
- Official website
- Short biography on the website of the Literaturhaus Wien
- Raphaela Edelbauer on YouTube
- ↑ a b c d Literaturhaus Wien: Raphaela Edelbauer . Retrieved June 4, 2018.
- ↑ a b c NÖN: Ingeborg Bachmann Prize: Mödling author on the way to the top . Article dated June 6, 2018, accessed June 6, 2018.
- ↑ a b c Traces of women in Mödling: Biographies . Retrieved June 4, 2018.
- ↑ NÖN: Gaby Schätzle-Edelbauer: Hinterbrühl: High distinction: Prize for young author . Article dated February 24, 2018, accessed June 4, 2018.
- ↑ NÖN: Rauriser Literature Prize: Raphaela Edelbauer: Beyond the borders . Article dated April 24, 2018, accessed June 4, 2018.
- ^ Program of the 31st International Wittgenstein Symposium . Retrieved June 4, 2018
- ↑ a b DrehPunktKultur: Language as a building block of the world . Article dated February 9, 2018, accessed June 4, 2018.
- ↑ orf.at: Raphaela Edelbauer, Vienna (A) . Article dated June 4, 2018, accessed June 26, 2018.
- ↑ orf.at: This year only one Austrian at the Bachmann Prize . Article dated June 4, 2018, accessed June 4, 2018.
- ↑ orf.at: These are the authors 2018 . Article dated June 4, 2018, accessed June 4, 2018.
- ↑ a b orf.at: Tanja Maljartschuk wins Bachmann Prize 2018 . Article dated July 8, 2018, accessed July 8, 2018.
- ↑ a b German Book Prize: Edelbauer and Schachinger on the shortlist. In: ORF.at . September 17, 2019, accessed September 17, 2019 .
- ↑ Top 10 in October 2019. In: ORF.at . Retrieved September 29, 2019 .
- ↑ Top 10 in November 2019. In: ORF.at . Retrieved November 1, 2019 .
- ↑ NÖN: Theodor-Körner-Preis: Hinterbrühlerin invited to a reception in Hofburg . Article dated May 14, 2019, accessed May 14, 2019.
- ↑ Longlist 2019. In: Austrian Book Prize . Retrieved September 4, 2019 .
- ↑ Austrian Book Prize 2019: 13 titles nominated. In: buecher.at. September 4, 2019, accessed September 4, 2019 .
- ↑ Request to speak literary prize: Shortlist announced for the first time. January 14, 2020, accessed January 14, 2020 .
- ↑ Opening / announcement of the winners for the best second book. Retrieved March 4, 2020 .
- ↑ Literature Prize of the Doppelfeld Foundation: Cihan Acar wins with "Hawaii". In: boersenblatt.net. June 24, 2020, accessed June 26, 2020 .
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian author|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1990|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Vienna|