The Patron Saint of Nightly Firesparks – Robert Prosser

Robert_Prosser_2 copyThe Patron Saint of Nightly Firesparks A combination of poetry and prose, diving into rap, storytelling and mythology. Based on fieldresearch and used in different performances, these texts are keen for rhythm and explore the transfer from word into sound.

Robert Prosser lives and works in Alpbach / Tyrol and in Vienna. He studied Comparative Literature and Anthropology, travelled widly from Asia to Africa. A Performer as well as an Writer, previously active in Rap and Graffiti, now also a Moderator and Curator (p.e. for Babelsprech – Plattform for contemporary poetry). Important for his artistic work are research and the adaptation of the texts for the stage in form of recitation or performance. Publications include the novel Gemma Habibi (Ullstein, 2019) and the upcoming reportage Beirut im Sommer (Beirut in Summer, Klever, 2020). His novel Phantome (Phantoms, Ullstein fünf, 2017) was nominated for the German Bookprize. www.robertprosser.at

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The Patron Saint of Nightly Fire
Robert Prosser
Published June 2020
ISBN 978-1-912960-53-8
A5 Size
32 printed pages
Colour
European Poetry Festival Series 7
SLB0166
Print run of 100
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The European Poetry Festival celebrates, in the UK and beyond, the grand resurgence in avant-garde and literary poetry that has marked the 21st century in Europe. It aims to not only innovative what a live poetry experience might be, but to inculcate community and engagement between poets across the continent, as well as between new audiences and complex poetries. The EPF is trying to create a new understanding of what European literature might be in a new Europe.
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