170 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02116
In German and English
Tel.: +1 (617) 262-6050 x13
Tzveta Sofronieva writes in German, Bulgarian and English. At the Goethe-Institut Boston, she will read from her own work, examining the relationship between literature and science and exploring the "in-between" space that is created by different languages and spheres of knowledge. She will present the literary installations Borrowed Pillows (Lille, 2011) and My Cyborg Identity (Boston, 2012).
Sofronieva is interested in the ways in which languages, rhythms, images, styles of thinking, and narratives from different traditions influence each other and create new meaning.
Tzveta Sofronieva is the Max Kade Writer in Residence at MIT during this semester and is teaching 20th/21st century German literature. She will give a reading at Tufts University on March 28th; on April 26 & 27, she will make several appearances in Wisconsin. You can find the details here.
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