Saskia Hennig from Lange

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Saskia Hennig von Lange (* 1976 ) is a German writer and art historian.


Hennig von Lange studied applied theater studies and art history at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen . Her dissertation, which has not yet been completed, deals with the relationship between image, frame and body in late medieval art.

She received the Bayern 2 - Wortspiele Prize and the Rauris Literature Prize for her 2013 novella Everything that is outside . Her debut novel Back to Fire , published in 2014, was awarded the Hallertau Debut Prize and the Clemens Brentano Prize of the City of Heidelberg.

The writer lives with her husband and two children in Frankfurt am Main . She is the sister-in-law of the pop writer Alexa Hennig von Lange .



Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Research assistant at the University of Giessen
  2. Everything that is out there: Voice and Phenomenon , review in the FAZ on June 28, 2013, accessed February 16, 2015
  3. 44th Rauris Literature Days: Saskia Hennig von Lange "Everything that is outside"
  4. ^ The traces in the body , review by Christoph Schröder in Die Zeit from November 7, 2014, accessed February 16, 2015
  5. Clemens Brentano Prize of the City of Heidelberg 2015 goes to Saskia Hennig von Lange , press release of the City of Heidelberg from February 13, 2015
  6. ^ Author profile at the publisher
  7. Short review of Everything that is outside in Der Spiegel from March 30, 2013, accessed February 16, 2015