Erwin Uhrmann

Erwin Uhrmann is an Austrian writer and editor. His dystopic novel Ich bin die Zukunft (2014) attributes to a contemporary literature canon of climate fiction. Publications: Poetry: K.O.P.F. (Kartografisch Orientierte Passagen Fragmente), a collaboration with the composer Karlheinz Essl (2021), Abglanz Rakete Nebel with illustrations by Julian Tapprich (2016), Nocturnes with drawings by Moussa Kone (2012); Novels: Der lange Nachkrieg (2010), Glauber Rocha (2011), Ich bin die Zukunft (2014), Toko (2019); Short Stories: Ostseeatem (2008, together with Alexander Peer). Together with Johanna Uhrmann, he wrote several travel books. He founded and curated the literature program at the Essl Museum (Klosterneuburg), is the editor of the poetry series Limbus Lyrik (Innsbruck) that is dedicated to contemporary poetry in and around Austria and writes for the Austrian newspaper Die Presse.


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