Silke Scheuermann – IPNHK 2011

Silke Scheuermann
Silke Scheuermann 西爾克•朔伊爾曼
Germany 德國

Silke Scheuermann (Germany) was born in 1973, Silke Scheuermann lives in Offenbach. She studied Drama and Literature in Frankfurt, Leipzig and Paris. Her poems, short stories and novels have been translated into various languages and have been awarded with numerous grants and awards. She received the prestigious Leonce-und-Lena-Preis in 2001 for her debut collection Der Tag an dem die Möwen zweistimmig sangen (The Day on which the Sea Gulls Sang in Two Parts). She was quickly recognised as the promising talent of the young generation of German writers. Alongside her collections of poetry Der zärtlichste Punkt im All (The Most Tender Place in the Universe) in 2004 and Über Nacht ist es Winter (Winter has Come Overnight) in 2007, she has also published the collection of short stories Reiche Mädchen (Rich Girls, 2005), the much-praised novel Die Stunde zwischen Hund und Wolf (The Hour between Dog and Wolf, 2007) and the more recent novel Shanghai Performance in 2011.

西爾克•朔伊爾曼生於1973年,現居於德國奧芬巴赫市。曾於法蘭克福、萊比錫及巴黎修讀戲劇與文學。她的詩歌、短篇小說和長篇小說曾被翻譯成多國語言,並曾獲得多個獎項和獎金。2001 年她的處女專輯《海鷗二重唱的一天》榮獲享負盛名的雷昂斯•雷納獎(Leonce-und-Lena-Preis),她亦迅速被喻為德國年輕一代作家中最具潛質的新秀。除了2004 年出版的《宇宙間最溫柔之處》和2007年的《冬季一夜之間降臨》兩本詩集外,朔伊爾曼的作品還包括短篇小說集《富有的姑娘》(2005)、備受推崇的《陪伴狗和狼的時刻》(2007)和最新的作品《行為上海》(2011)兩部長篇小說。