Pero Lenz. Foto: Philipp Zinniker
Pero Lenz. Foto: Philipp Zinniker

Pedro
Lenz

Pedro Lenz was born in 1965 in Langenthal and now lives in Olten, Switzerland. He studied Spanish literature at the University of Bern and has worked as a freelance writer for various newspapers and magazines since 2001. Lenz is very active on the Spoken Word scene, is one half of the performance duo Hohe Stirnen and a member of the spoken-word artists group Bern ist überall. He has won numerous awards and poetry slams, was nominated for the Swiss Book Prize and won the Berne Literature Prize in 2010 for Naw Much of a Talker, originally published as Der Goalie Bin Ig, which is also to be made into a film.

Pedro Lenz was born in 1965 in Langenthal and now lives in Olten, Switzerland. He studied Spanish literature at the University of Bern and has worked as a freelance writer for various newspapers and magazines since 2001. Lenz is very active on the Spoken Word scene, is one half of the performance duo Hohe Stirnen and a member of the spoken-word artists group Bern ist überall. He has won numerous awards and poetry slams, was nominated for the Swiss Book Prize and won the Berne Literature Prize in 2010 for Naw Much of a Talker, originally published as Der Goalie Bin Ig, which is also to be made into a film.

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