Robert Dassanowsky
Robert Dassanowsky is Chair of Languages and Cultures and Director of Film Studies at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.  He served as the founding President of the Colorado P.E.N.-Club (1993-99), is a founding Director of the Austrian American Film Association and founding Vice President of the International Alexander Lernet-Holenia Society. His 1996 book on Lernet-Holenia, Phantom Empires, was instrumental in stimulating new international interest in this Austrian author.  A widely published poet and translator, Robert Dassanowsky is also an award-winning playwright, has written for American television, and is an independent film producer. Among his scholarly essays are studies on Goethe, Thomas Mann, Robert Musil, Ingeborg Bachmann, Max Dauthendey and Leni Riefenstahl and on various topics regarding Austrian, British and American cinema. His book, Telegrams from the Metropole. Selected Poems 1980-1998 was published by Poetry Salzburg in 1999 and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, the prestigious American award for small press literature publication. Robert Dassanowsky is the Contributing Editor of The Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America, Editorial Advisor to the International Directory of Films and Filmmakers, and serves as a contributing editor to several American and Canadian literary journals. He is a member of the Austrian P.E.N.-Club and of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Robert Dassanowsky is joining the Editorial Board of Poetry Salzburg Review with No. 4 

Books available from Poetry Salzburg:

Robert Dassanowsky: Telegrams from the Metropole. Selected Poems 1980-1998, 1999. 106 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-02-2; ISBN-10 3-901993-02-9
£10.50 (+ 2.00 p&p), €13.00 (+ 2.50 p&p), US$ 18.00 (+ 3.00 p&p)

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Robert Dassanowsky: Soft Mayhem, November 2010. 40 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-30-5 (= PSPS 2)
£5.00 (+ 1.00 p&p), €6.00 (+ 1.00 p&p), US$ 8.50 (+ 1.50 p&p)

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