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English From 1996 to 2003 we used Yahoo! Groups, for 2003 to 2009 updates see below, now wie tweet.
Deutsch Von 1996 bis 2003 nutzten wir Yahoo! Groups, für 2003 bis 2009 siehe unten, jetzt Twitter.

News Archive

Bilingual What was new before Twitter
in date order / nach Datum geordnet

  • 16 April 2009: Gerald Ganglbauer installed Twitter Updates.
  • 16 April 2009: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new poetry by Christine Haidegger, and the anthology Neue österreichische Lyrik – und kein Wort Deutsch. Hrsg.: Gerald Kurdoglu Nitsche mit Bruno Gitterle: Reviews
  • 16 March 2009: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Ilse Kilic, and Fritz Widhalm: Reviews
  • 12 January 2009: Petra Ganglbauer reviews a new book by Elfriede Czurda, and presents the literary magazine Wespennest No. 152: Reviews
  • 23 December 2008: Petra Ganglbauer recommends IM ANFANG WAR DER BLICK. EREIGNISHORIZONT EINES FILMS: Reviews
  • 18 December 2008: launched Issue Gangway #38 (Nicht) zu Hause in Wien – (not) at home in Vienna
  • 16 December 2008: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Marietta Böning, Ann Cotten, Mike Markart, Barbara Neuwirth, and Gerhard Ruiss: Reviews
  • 3 December 2008: published Mumbai Attack 2008 commentary by Anant Kumar at Special Features
  • 11 November 2008: Gerald Ganglbauer recommends a new book by John Taylor: Into the Heart of European Poetry: Reviews
  • 27 October 2008: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Eva Jancak, Gerhard Jaschke, and Günter Vallaster: Reviews
  • 9 July 2008: Mike Markart reviews a new book by Petra Ganglbauer: Reviews
  • 30 June 2008: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books; Marián Hatala, and Erika Kronabitter: Reviews
  • 7 March 2008: “Die Welt ist doch nur ein globales Dorf.” Über die virtuelle Community der “Austrians Abroad” und zwanzig Jahre Verlagsarbeit in print und online. Andrea Ghoneim-Rosenauer sprach mit Gerald Ganglbauer im Literaturhaus Graz am 9. Juli 2004: Interviews
  • 6 March 2008: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Nils Jensen, Magdalena Knapp-Menzel, Nikolaus Scheibner, Dieter Sperl, and Günter Vallaster: Reviews
  • 14 February 2008: Gerwalt Brandl reviews a new book by Friedrich Hahn: Reviews
  • 4 December 2007: Petra Ganglbauer reviews a new book by Elffriede: Reviews
  • 25 October 2007: Petra Ganglbauer reviews a new anthology by Lucas Cejpek (Ed.): Reviews
  • 17 October 2007: Petra Ganglbauer reviews a new book by Gerhard Jaschke: Reviews
  • 24 March 2007: launched Issue Gangway #37 (Myself and Others)
  • 21 March 2007: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books; Helmuth Schönauer, and Günter Vallaster (Ed.): Reviews
  • 24 December 2006: Gerwalt Brandl reviews a new book by Petra Ganglbauer: Reviews
  • 20 November 2006: Gerald Ganglbauer recommends new books, Letters Lifted into Poetry: Selected Correspondence between David Campbell and Douglas Stewart, 1946–1979, and vienna:views: Reviews
  • 12 November 2006: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Christa Nebenführ, Walter Pucher, and Thomas Stangl: Reviews
  • 16 October 2006: Petra Ganglbauer reviews a new book by Lucas Cejpek: Reviews
  • 8 August 2006: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Christine Huber, Gerhard Ruiss, and Fritz Widhalm: Reviews
  • 13 June 2006: Gerwalt Brandl reviews a new book by Friedrich Hahn: Reviews
  • 14 February 2006: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Gerwalt Brandl, Margret Kreidl, and Kurt Neumann (Ed.): Reviews
  • 8 December 2005: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books; Ilse Kilic, and Dieter Sperl: Reviews
  • 8 December 2005: launched Issue Gangway #36 (Home & Homecoming)
  • 28 September 2005: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books; Semier Insayif/Martin Hornstein, Waltraud Seidlhofer, Lisa Spalt, Otito Aye – Universal Truth. Black Poetry, and Zwischen den Zeilen – Heft 23: Reviews
  • 1 June 2005: launched Issue Gangway #35 (Travel & Transitioning)
  • 16 April 2005: Gerwalt Brandl reviews a new book by Petra Ganglbauer: Reviews
  • 7 February 2005: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books; Dominik Steiger, AUSLESE. GEDICHTE AUS HUNDERT BÄNDEN LYRIK AUS ÖSTERREICH, Der Geschmack der Fremde, Rezepte Gespräche, and Kopf oder Zahl. 20...Dramolette...Fragen...Jahre: Reviews
  • 10 January 2005: published a Tsunami short story from Fiona McIlroy at Special Features
  • 7 December 2004: launched Double Issue Gangway #33/34 (Writers Abroad)
  • 26 November 2004: Gerwalt Brandl reviews a new book by Petra Ganglbauer: Reviews
  • 29 July 2004: Arne Sjostedt reviews a new book by Ian McBryde: Reviews
  • 6 June 2004: launched Special Issue Gangway #32 (Best Of Gangan)
  • 7 May 2004: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Bodo Hell, Harald Miesbacher, Peter Reutterer, Ilse Kilic, Die Jack Kerouac School Of Disembodied Poetics, Elfriede Kern, Helmuth Schönauer, Günter Brus, Rethinking Photography I+II, and Marie Thérèse Kerschbaumer: Reviews
  • 1 March 2004: launched Double Issue Gangway #30/31 (The Monster Issue)
  • 9 February 2004: Petra Ganglbauer reviews a new book by Manfred Chobot: Reviews
  • 24 November 2003: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Gerhard Kofler, Bernadette Schiefer, and Sylvia Treudl: Reviews
  • 27 October 2003: published an essay from Anant Kumar at Special Features
  • 24 September 2003: added commentary from Marj Busby at Special Features
  • 12 September 2003: Petra Ganglbauer reviews new books from Ruth Aspöck, Ilse Kilic & Fritz Widhalm, and Lisa Spalt: Reviews
  • 1 September 2003: launched Gangway #29
  • 29 August 2003: replaced News & Gossip (hosted on Yahoo! Groups) with What’s New

    Yahoo! Groups: If you have interesting news to share, or literary events and competitions to announce, join the Gangway Writers’ Community to send your news items to the group and/or receive news yourself. Plain text only, no attachments. Advertisements and SPAM will be filtered, as the group is moderated. Messages from the publisher’s desk are posted to our Message Board at gangan.com.


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