Clemens J. Setz  born 1982 in Graz, described as “the prodigy of German literature” (Die Zeit) is one of the most acclaimed young European novelists and author of the novels Indigo and Frequencies. He is the winner of the Leipzig Book Fair Prize and the Ernst-Willner-Award at the Ingeborg Bachmann Competition in 2008, and “one of the highest hopes of German literature” (FAZ). For his complex and nuanced narratives his work is being compared to American postmodern novelists Pynchon and DeLillo. Supported by the Goethe-Institute.