Anton Krueger

Anton Krueger

Anton Krueger writes drama, poetry, prose, filmscripts; as well as academic journal articles and criticism on books, plays, films and fine art. His plays (including the well-known Living in Strange Lands: The Testimony of Dimitri Tsafendas) have been performed in nine countries, and have been nominated for numerous awards, including the FNB-Vita and Olive Schreiner. His poems have been published widely in literary journals, and a recent poem, Nine Notes on Lisbon was a runner-up for the 2009 Dalro prize. His first novel, Sunnyside Sal, was published in 2010.

Mediocrity (UK Plays & Musicals, London, 2002) (playscript)
Vanessa & the Vanguard (UK Plays & Musicals, London, 2002) (playscript)
The Velvet City (UK Plays & Musicals, London, 2002) (playscript)
In the Blue Beaker – a Comedy about Suicide (Playscripts, New York, 2001)
Axis (Stagescripts, London, 2007)
Living in Strange Lands: the Testimony of Dimitri Tsafendas (Playscripts, New York, 2003)
What shall we do now and other one-act plays. (Macmillan, 2009) (2 playscripts in this anthology)
Sunnyside Sal (Deep South, 2010) (novella)
Experiments in Freedom: Explorations of Identity in New South African Drama (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010)

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