Barbi Marković

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Barbi Marković, born 1980 in Belgrade, is an editor and author. She studied German language and literature in Belgrade and Vienna.
In Belgrade she worked as an editor at Rende Publishing House. She has lived in Vienna since 2009, and in 2011/2012 she was a city writer in Graz; the results of her city writing project appeared in 2012 as Graz Alexanderplatz. In 2009 she made a splash as a pop literary figure of a new generation with the Thomas Bernhard remix novel Ausgehen (Izlazenje, 2006).
Short stories, plays, radio plays and numerous prizes and scholarships followed. Superheroines is the first novel Barbi Marković has written partly in German and partly in Serbian.
For Superheldinnen she received the Alpha Literature Prize in 2016, and in 2017 the Adelbert von Chamisso Fellowship Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
Most recently, her novel Die verschissene Zeit was published in 2021.

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