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Keenan's Design Cracks 50 Books/50 Covers

Keenan’s Design Cracks 50 Books/50 Covers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 1, 2013 JAMIE KEENAN’S KINO COVER RATED IN TOP 50 DESIGNS OF 2012   MADISON, N.J. — A woman’s legs, tulips, a film camera, and saluting hands incite a cinematic vertigo in a design that spirals around a hard-to-miss open eye. This is the cover of Jürgen Fauth’s literary thriller Kino, […]

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Kino: An Excerpt from the Novel

Subject: Jesus Fuck Piss From: mina.koblitz@gmail.com To: samiam@eclecticarts.com Date: Monday, May 12, 2003   I’m cold, confused, and wide-awake, and I can’t fucking believe what happened. Don’t even bother reading this email whenever you get it—stop reading and call me. You still haven’t called me. The nurse refused to wake you even though it’s a […]

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Hyper-Loaded Excerpt from Jürgen Fauth’s Kino

Jürgen Fauth’s debut novel Kino is the story of Mina Koblitz, granddaughter of Klaus “Kino” Koblitz, a famous film director in Nazi Germany.  All photos appear on Tulpendiebe, a website created in memory of Klaus Koblitz and named for his most famous lost film.   Tendentious art can also be great art. excerpt from Kino […]

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Jürgen Fauth Reads Kino in Berlin

In April Atticus author Jürgen Fauth hit NYC on a reading tour for his debut novel Kino, a literary thriller.  Then in June he did it again, this time much closer to the book’s setting in Berlin.   First at the St Gaudy Cafe, Jürgen read along side with Marcy Dermansky and Jessica Francis Kane at […]

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Jürgen Fauth: Taking Kino to NYC

In April, Jürgen Fauth held a New York City reading tour for his debut novel, Kino.  From KGB Bar to the Sunday Salon to Pete’s Candy Store, New Yorkers enjoyed hearing Fauth read about a woman’s adventure to uncover her grandfather’s past as a silent film director in Nazi Germany.       The tour […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: Spring Roundup

Atticus Authors on the Move: Spring Roundup

April can be rough. Rain, thunder, bugs finding their way back into your bedroom, spring not quite sure if it wants to be warm, or suddenly drop back to sweater weather right when you’ve finally decided its time to stop dragging that thing around with you because you’ve never put it on. Yes it’s true […]

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Tulpendiebe: Lost Weimar Era Film Footage

Over eighty years after the release of Klaus “Kino” Koblitz’s first film, Tulpendiebe (The Tulip Thief), Atticus Books is thrilled to present the lost film’s trailer! Many thanks to the talented Ivan Guerro for his restoration work on the film.     To explore Klaus “Kino” Koblitz’s life and work and to learn more about the […]

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Five Things You Won't Find In Our Literary Thriller

Five Things You Won’t Find In Our Literary Thriller

 vs.             Ah, yes, the thriller: a fast-paced, engaging, and engrossing novel that keeps you up past your bedtime with something more interesting than infomercials. I’d like to take this opportunity, however, to delineate between your “average” thriller (you know who you are) and the “literary” thriller, such as the […]

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Film Director's Fall From Grace in Nazi Germany Is the Focus of Debut Novel by German-American Writer

Film Director’s Fall From Grace in Nazi Germany Is the Focus of Debut Novel by German-American Writer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Publication Date: April 17, 2012 Kino by Jürgen Fauth “Kino is a fast, complex, exhilarating roadster ride through history and time. It is the story of a woman who becomes obsessed with her grandfather, a visionary film director, [and] the powerful bindings of family, the sweet, dark loam of loss, and the high-voltage […]

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