© Jürgen Bauer
Ror Wolf, born in 1932, is, besides Thomas Bernhard and Arno Schmidt, one of the most idiosyncratic and prominent authors of German Literature after 1945. He is also a master of fine arts. Since the early Sixties he creates surrealistic collages. His radio dramas count among the most successful of German radio plays. Ror Wolf has received numerous awards, most recently the Friedrich Hölderlin Award in recognition of his contribution to German language and literature.
Bremen Literature Prize
Heimito von Doderer Prize
Rhineland-Palatinate Regional Prize
Main Prize of the Bavarian Academy of Arts
Friedrich Hölderlin Prize