Bard alumna Theresia Enzensberger ’11 and her first novel, Blueprint.
On the occasion of Blueprint
’s translation into English, Wilk and Enzensberger talk about “how to write Nazi characters who aren’t clichés; about reviving the legacy of overlooked women artists and architects; about why fiction can be truer than reality—and about how our current political debates and challenges are not so far from those of 100 years ago.” Wilk, whose first novel, Oval
, was published in 2019, is a contributing editor at e-flux Journal
and a 2020 fellow in the Transformations of the Human program at the Berggruen Institute. Enzensberger, a freelance journalist who lives in Berlin, is the founder of the award-winning BLOCK Magazin.