Emile Hemmen

Emile Hemmen (6 December 1923[1] – 8 January 2021) was a lyric poet and writer from Luxembourg who lived in Mondorf-les-Bains.

Luxembourgish writer

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Hemmen was born in Sandweiler in December 1923. In his youth he refused to do military service for the German national socialist occupants and joined the resistance LPL “Lëtzebuerger Patrioteliga“.

From 1945 to 1958 he worked as a teacher. Then he studied in Paris, specializing in psychology and sociology. He worked as an attaché for the Luxembourg Ministry of Education from 1968 to 1969.

Hemmen published over 40 works in French, German and Luxembourgish: a novel, short stories and numerous volumes of poetry. His work has been translated into several languages.es. He also contributed to many anthologies and literary magazines. Besides, he is one of the founders of Éditions Estuaires, one of the most important cultural magazines in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

He died on 8 January, 2021 at the age of 97.[2]

  • Mei Wé (poems), 1948, 78 S., Imprimerie St. Paul
  • Lîcht a Schied (novellas), 1950, 48 S., Imprimerie St. Paul
  • Begegnungen, 1955, 22 S., Ney-Eicher, Esch-Uelzecht
  • Die Maschine, 1956, 21 S., Ney-Eicher, Esch-Uelzecht
  • Die Ratte, 1957, 12 S., Ney-Eicher, Esch-Uelzecht
  • Ein Heimkehrer, 1958, 23 S., Ney-Eicher, Esch-Uelzecht
  • 2 Novellen (Die Flut / Das Tier), 1959, 43 S., Ney-Eicher, Esch-Uelzecht
  • 3 Novellen (Der Zeitungsmann / Die Erbin / Ein Tagebuch), 1960, Imprimerie Ney-Eicher, Esch-Uelzecht
  • Gérard de Nerval, Novelle, 1960, Imprimerie Bourg-Bourger
  • Innere Spuren (poems), 1981, 41 S., CDR / Cap
  • A hauteur d’homme (poems), 1981, 122 S., CDR / Cap
  • Messages croisés (poems), 1982, 41 S., CDR / Cap
  • L’oeil-piège (poems), 1982, 71 S., CDR / Cap
  • Ausschnitte (poems), 1982, 62 S., CDR / Cap
  • Le temps d’un dire (poems), 1983, 71 S., CDR / Cap
  • Souffles partagés, 1984, 30 S., Impr. Véré (Lille)
  • Terre – racines with painter Roger Bertemes, Editions André Biren Paris 1986 (bibliophile edition)
  • J’écoute tes yeux, 1989, with painter Henri Kraus / Editions PHI Echternach (bibliophile edition)
  • Ballade en blanc, 1990, with painter François Schortgen / Editions de la Galerie de Luxembourg (bibliophile edition)
  • Tambours, 1991, 95 S., with painter Emile Kirscht / Éd. Émile Borschette, Impr. J. Beffort (bibliophile edition)
  • Au dire de l’arbre, 1991, with painter Raymond Weiland / Editions PHI Echternach (bibliophile edition)
  • Feu de haute voix, Editions Alcatraz Press Auxerre France
  • Heures de cendre (poems), 1996, 95 S., Michel Frères (Virton)
  • Ciels sans abris, 1996, with painter Nico Thurm / Editions PHI Echternach (bibliophile edition)
  • À te figer, lumière (poems), 1998, 95 S., Michel Frères (Virton)
  • Die Wahl (novel), 2000, 390 S., Rapidpress (Bartreng),

    ISBN 2-87996-962-X

  • Même souffle pour deux voix, 2000, with painter Marc Frising / Harlange / Luxembourg (bibliophile edition)
  • White jeans, 2003, Editions Alpha Presse Sulzbach, Germany
  • Relire le livre d’heures, 2003, Hudson River Press, New York
  • Repainting memory, 2003, Poems, translated from French “Repeindre la mémoire” by Janine Goedert, Igneus Press, Bedford New Hampshire printed in the United States of America
  • A l’heure des sources, 2004, with painter Georges Le Bayon Editions Buschmann, Trèves (bibliophile edition)
  • Histoires de soifs (poems), 2004, 90 S., Éd. Phi, Esch-Uelzecht, ISBN 2-87962-189-5
  • Jeux de pistes – Fährtenspiele, 2006, 155 S., Verl. im Wald (Rimbach), ISBN 978-3-929208-85-6
  • L’Arbre chauve, 2007, Editions Estuaire Collection 99, ISBN 978-2-9599704-2-9
  • Anthologie Emile Hemmen, Poète, 2008, Editions mediArt, ISBN 978-2-9599-749-7-7
  • Derniers retranchements, 2011, Livre d’artiste edited by mediArt, with painter François Schortgen (bibliophile edition)
  • Treibholz, 2011, Gedichtzyklus, Editions Alpha Presse Sulzbach, Germany, with CD “Die Sprechdose” (piano recording by Kasia Lewandowska)
  • Aus dem nackten Schweigen gehen, 2013, poetry cycle by Emile Hemmen, prints by Petra M. Lorenz, pelo paperart, Editions S’Art S.A., Palma de Mallorca
  • Nocturnes, 2013, poems Emile Hemmen, CD “Nocturnes – Fréderic Chopin” interpreted by Romain Nosbaum at Centre Culturel de rencontre Abbaye Neumünster in August 2013 Editions mediArt ISBN 978-99959-817-1-6
  • Dans le miroir du temps, 2014, Editions Estuaires Collection Hors série N°4, ISBN 978-99959-749-3-0

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