New issue of no man’s land now online

The new issue of German fiction and poetry magazine No Man’s Land is now available online. Issue #5 contains, among many other wonderful things, “an excerpt from Werner Bräunig’s legendary, banned GDR novel Fairground,“ and an excerpt from a piece by Siegfried Lenz that acts “as a rejoinder, thirty years later, to Germany’s shrill debate on integration (pace Thilo Sarrazin).” News of the new issue comes courtesy of translator and co-editor Katy Derbyshire, whose well-known blog, love german books, remains consistently fascinating and informative.


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