Dort («There»)

Dort («There») A novel Niko Stoifberg 2019 © Nagel & Kimche

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Das Blaue Büchlein («The Little Blue Book»)

Das Blaue Büchlein 366 Vermutungen Niko Stoifberg Illustrated by Lina Müller 2012 © Der Gesunde Menschenversand Buy the book: Amazon, Orell Füssli, Der Gesunde Menschenversand «This opens up a whole (…)

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Orell Füssli visits birthplace of «Dort»

On behalf of bookstore Orell Füssli, a film team travels Switzerland and tracks down the origins of «Dort» …

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Not Guilty

An essay on crime and punishment. If there is no such thing as free will (spoiler alert: there isn’t), our judicial system needs reform.

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Lightmares

Every morning a little story – half dreamed, half made up.

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12 Swiss Books (Pro Helvetia, October 16, 2019)

«Dort» («There») is among the «12 Swiss Books 2019» Pro Helvetia recommends for international translation.

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Just listen to us!!

Schauspielhaus Zürich invited me to write about Suna Gürler’s «Flex». Spoiler alert: It’s awesome.

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We Do What We Do Because We Are Who We Are (Franz Magazine, September 9, 2019)

«We do what we do because we are who we are.» – An interview with Franz Magazine.

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A five-star pigsty

Switzerland, a five-star pigsty? A column for the Protestant Church’s magazine Bildungskirche.

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What Are You Reading, Dani Landolf? (NZZ am Sonntag, August 25, 2019)

«One of the most impressing books this summer was a Swiss debut novel: Niko Stoifberg’s ‹Dort›. A young author tells a really good story, based on a great plot, captivating (…)

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What Are You Reading, Dani Landolf? (NZZ am Sonntag, August 25, 2019)

«One of the most impressing books this summer was a Swiss debut novel: Niko Stoifberg’s ‹Dort›. A young author tells a really good story, based on a great plot, captivating (…)

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Schreiben heisst wählen (Republik, August 8, 2019)

«The first sentence serves as an upbeat to the pulse which Stoifberg uses to push the story into the realm of reverie, of dreamlike psycho-logic.»

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Who we should respect

Who should we choose as our role models? Our future selfs! A (German) column for the Protestant Church’s magazine Bildungskirche.

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