Books by Michael Hofmann


Michael Hofmann is a poet and frequent contributor to The New York Times Book Review, and is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost translators of works from German to English. His original poetry collections include One Lark, One Horse and Where Have You Been? He has translated Willy Peter Reese's A Stranger to Myself, Joseph Roth's The Tale of the 1002nd Night, Herta Muller's The Land of the Green Plums, and Gottfried Benn's Impromptus. Hofman lives in London.


Castle Gripsholm

Kurt Tucholsky


Angina Days: Selected Poems

Günter Eich


After Ovid: New Metamorphoses


Twentieth-Century German Poetry

Michael Hofmann


Unformed Landscape

Peter Stamm


We're Flying: Stories

Peter Stamm


Blood Brothers

Ernst Haffner


Storm of Steel

Ernst Junger


Michael Kohlhaas

Heinrich Von Kleist


Seven Years

Peter Stamm


Pigeons on the Grass

Wolfgang Koeppen


Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont

Elizabeth Taylor


It's Getting Dark: Stories

Peter Stamm


Berlin Alexanderplatz


Blood Brothers Lib/E

Ernst Haffner and Michael Hofmann


Rebellion: Introduction by Carolin Duttlinger

Joseph Roth


The Twilight World

Werner Herzog


Where Have You Been?

Michael Hofmann


The Twilight World

Werner Herzog