Martin Felder was born in 1974. He studied philosophy, Spanish and German literature at the University of Geneva.

He is member of index (www.wortundwirkung.ch) in Zurich and Forum Hamburger Autoren (www.forum-hamburger-autoren.de) in Hamburg.

He published short stories in several anthologies and literary magazines.  last publications: “The Novel of 1000 Pages”, and “Rabbits of cotton on the  highway”, in: “I imagined this bigger”. He won Jeanne Hersch and the reward the city and canton of Lucerne, as well as the scholarship of the Festival of German literature from Klagenfurt and an invitation for the final of “Open Mike” in Berlin.

He organized literary events and art performances, among others at the  legendary “Cabaret Voltaire”, the place of creation of Dada. He lives in  Lucerne.



Stefanie Sourlier was born in 1979.

She studied German studies and film.

Her first collection of short stories, “White Sea”, was published in 2011 and has won the award of city of Zurich.

She has won several literary scholarships.