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Charlotte Krafft

Münsterland

Charlotte Krafft

Charlotte Krafft (*1991) studied German literature in Berlin and literary writing at the Deutsche Literaturinstitut Leipzig. Together with three other writers that she is friendly with, she founded Rich Kids of Literature, a collective that develops new target groups through public events and actions and supports young writers with interesting literary approaches. As the daughter of two landscape architects with a soft spot for science fiction, horror and fantasy, Charlotte Krafft asks herself: “Why do and have nearly all visions of the future always reference urban centers and why does the development of places and landscapes with heritage value hardly ever play a role in this?” In Münsterland, she wants to pursue the question of “whether rural space, the village, the small town can also serve as an unwritten space for hope precisely because of its neglect in speculative literature.”

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