Ulla Lenze, born in Mönchengladbach in 1973, studied music and philosophy in Cologne. In 2003 her debut novel Schwester und Bruder (Sister and Brother) was published and awarded the Ernst-Willner-Prize at the Klagenfurt Bachmann competition, the Jürgen Ponto Prize for the best debut novel and the Rolf-Dieter-Brinkmann-Scholarship of Cologne. Her second novel Archanu was released by Ammann Verlag in 2008. In 2010 she was writer-in-residence for nine months at the Goethe Institut Mumbai. Today she lives as a freelance author in Berlin. Her new novel Der kleine Rest des Todes (What little remains of Death) was highly acclaimed and selected on the SWR Bestenliste in May 2012.This entry was posted in Alumni. Bookmark the permalink.
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