Category Archives: W.G. Sebald

A Haunting Loss

The Andrée Expedition

I remember the first time I held a W. G. Sebald book in my hand. Yes, I felt the weight of the late author’s words but I soon felt another more overwhelming sensation – a feeling of utter joy and … Continue reading

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And so we begin…

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At last. A new book. The book we always planned to create first – before Bataille, before Benjamin. We couldn’t know way back then that we had to first “write” Sebald before we could open the pandora’s box of Roland … Continue reading

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