Poetry Slam on the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials
Thursday, November 26, 2020, 7.30 p.m. (CET)
What significance have the Nuremberg Trials today? Are there topics that are especially relevant for us? Were they the “fulfilment of human longings for justice”?
Five artists dealt with these and other questions in their texts. The artists presented their texts according to Poetry Slam rules. The texts have to be self-written and to be presented without any auxiliary means within a certain timeframe. After the first round was an online voting. The two most successful artists could compete in another round and with another online voting the audience determined a winner.
Please note: The Poetry Slam is only be available in German language.
You can watch the indivual contributions on the German website.
Wortstark - Poetry Slam on the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials
Michael Jakob, regular moderator of poetry slams in Ansbach, Bayreuth, Fürth and Nuremberg hosted the Poetry Slam.
Maron Fuchs (Bamberg)
Oliver Walter (Spalt)
Max Osswald (München)
Barbara Gerlach (Nürnberg)
Due to the current hygiene and social distancing regulations, the Poetry Slam had to take place without an audience.