Inger Christensen (1935–2009), born in Vejle Denmark, was one of Europe's leading contemporary experimentalists. Her works include poetry, fiction, drama, and essays. She received numerous international literary awards, including the Nordic Prize of the Swedish Academy, the Grand Prix des Biennales Internationale de Poésie, the Austrian Sate Prize for Literature, and the German Siegfried Unseld Award.
Poems By INGER CHRISTENSEN
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Remembering Denmark's Greatest Poet
On the occasion of Inger Christensen's death, Naja Marie Aidt and Pejk Malinovski read and discuss her work.
Rhapsodies and Rude Epics
The editors of the magazine discuss Ilya Kaminsky's “Deaf Republic”, Inger Christensen's musical poetry, and Hanoch Levin's “Lives of the Dead.”