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mono.kultur #12: Richard Powers
  • mono.kultur #12: Richard Powers
  • mono.kultur #12: Richard Powers
  • mono.kultur #12: Richard Powers
  • mono.kultur #12: Richard Powers
  • mono.kultur #12: Richard Powers
  • mono.kultur #12: Richard Powers

#12 / RICHARD POWERS: OPERATIONAL WONDERING

“We are not who we think we are; and we need stories, just to remain intact.“

mono.kultur #12 / June & July 2007
English / 15 x 20 cm / 36 Pages / Printed in Black and Silver
Richard Powers is one of the most important voices in American fiction today, often being mentioned in the same breath as Thomas Pynchon, Don DeLillo or David Foster Wallace. His ninth novel, ‘The Echo Maker’, won the acclaimed National Book Award and was nominated for this year’s Pulitzer Prize. As well as a stunning sense of language, Powers has a unique gift for interweaving fact and fiction, drawing upon diverse areas of science and history as an archive of ideas and metaphors for the human condition.

In our most challenging interview yet, Richard Powers talked about his childhood experiences growing up in Thailand, the state of the novel in the digital age and why the brain is the ultimate narrator of our personal lives.

The issue is illustrated entirely by ASCI in a beautiful silver sheen.

Interview by Caroline Muntendorf / Epilogue by Heinz Ickstadt / Illustrations & Design by Ute Kühn
June & July 2007 / English / 15 x 20 cm / 36 Pages / Printed in Black and Silver


“It’s just great to see the issues. I love the buried quotes – a terrific idea, well executed. Thanks for all the wonderful work that clearly went into this issue. I’m very proud to take my place in this fine journal.“
— Richard Powers

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