Awards & Winners

Marica Bodrožić

Date of Birth 03-August-1973
Place of Birth Split-Dalmatia County
(Croatia, Adriatic Euroregion)
Nationality Croatia, Germany
Profession Writer, Essayist, Poet, Novelist, Translator, Teacher
Marica Bodrožić is a German writer of Croatian descent. She was born in Svib in Cista Provo, Croatia in the former Yugoslavia. She moved to Germany as a child and currently lives in Berlin. Bodrožić writes primarily in the German language. She is fluent in multiple genres, including essays, novels, poems, and stories. She has worked as a literary translator and a teacher of creative writing. One of her best known works is the novel Kirschholz und alte Gefühle which received the EU Prize for Literature. Bodrožić's awards include: the Hermann Lenz Award in 2001 the 2008 Initiative Prize the 2009 Special Prize for Outstanding Emerging Artists awarded by the Bruno Heck Prize Scholarship the 2011 Liechtenstein Prize for Literature the 2013 LiteraTour Nord Prize

Awards by Marica Bodrožić

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European Union Prize for Literature
Honored for : Kirschholz und alte Gefühle

Nominations 2013 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
European Union Prize for Literature Kirschholz und alte Gefühle