Category Archives: Rixdorf Editions
A selection of vital and biographically charged pre-World War One fiction from the great Else Lasker-Schüler
We’ve got bad gays, can-can dancers and pataphysicians, we’ve got a Black Pope, an Expressionist Joan of Arc and the Last Emperor of Mexico. Won’t you join us?
My latest translation for Rixdorf Editions, in case you’ve been wondering why things have been quiet around here …
The latest Rixdorf Editions title is out, but you can’t buy it. Ever. But you can get it for free!
‘Take this white rose – it will redden when I return and then you will be my bride.’ Two excerpts from Death and companion piece Prose Poems, by German author Anna Croissant-Rust
“He was absolutely unbearable. Perhaps this was precisely what attracted us.”
Hidden cultural history, forgotten innovators and compellingly wayward souls – it’s SO Strange Flowers