Office team

Office team

Olaf Adamski

Contact: buchhaltung [at]

Marina Agathangelidou – Born 1984 in Athens, lives in Berlin since 2010. She studied Theatre Studies and Literary Translation in Athens and holds a PhD in Theatre Studies from the FU Berlin. Since 2006 she has been working as a freelance translator and proofreader/editor. Freelance work (2019-2020) for the Goethe-Institut’s translation promotion programme. Publications (poems, essays, reviews) in various magazines and online media. She has been working as an accounting assistant in the Lettrétage since 2020.

Contact: marina.agathangelidou [at]

Thomas Beckmann – Born in the “summer of love”, author.
Beekeeper, Ind.-Kfm., Degree in Law
assistant to the management, event support

Contact: thomas.beckmann [at]

Tom Bresemann – Born in Berlin in 1978. Co-founder of Lettrétage, author.

Point of contact for venue bookings, Co-operation, Internships, Jobs, CROWD Network and Programming.

Detailed Profile (in German)

Contact: bresemann [at]

Philipp Böhm – Born in 1988 in Ludwigshafen am Rhein. Studied German Philology and Political Sciences in Jena and Bremen. Editor of the magazine for literature and culture “metamorphosen“, author (i.a. of the novel “Schellenmann”, published 2019 at the Verbrecher Verlag). Since summer 2018 responsible for public relations activities at Lettrétage.

Point of contact for public relations activities.

Contact: philipp.boehm [at]

Katharina Deloglu – Born in Karlsruhe in 1976. Studied Comparative Literature, Romance studies and Art History in Mainz, Tours and Madrid. Received her doctorate in Modern German Literature from the HU Berlin. Until 2005 a culture Journalist (SZ, FR, NZZ, FAZ, 3Sat Kulturzeit amongst others) and a co-worker at the Goethe-Institute in Frankfurt. Since 2006 co-founder and operator of Lettrétage. Responsible for the conception and implementation of the current programme as well as leading various international projects, most recently: CON_TEXT: Event series and conference regarding new forms of literary events (2017). Coordinator of the Europe wide CROWD Network together with Tom Bresemann. Foreign languages: English, French, Spanish, Modern Greek.

Point of contact for CROWD Network, venue bookings, Internships, Jobs, Co-operation and Programming.
Contact: kd [at]

Jure Kapun – Born in 1993. Studied Comparative literature and Japanese studies at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. Since 2016 he lives in Berlin, where he supports the Lettrétage as a project assistant as well as event technician. In his free time he writes poetry and translates.

Point of contact for Event tech, IT and web-admin.

Contact: jure.kapun [at]

Moritz Malsch – Born in Berlin in 1976. Studied Modern German Philology and Music studies at the TU in Berlin. 2004-2005 he was editor of the Schwartzkopff Publishing House Berlin, since beginning 2006 he has been self-employed as editor and translator at various publishers. Founded Lettrétage in 2006 together with Tom Bresemann and Katharina Deloglu. Since 2009 he has been the Lettrétage’s publisher.

Point of contact for Project WiSU, Programming and Co-operation.

Contact: mm [at]

Linde Nadiani – Born in Faenza, Italy in 1987. Studied German and American studies at the University of Bologna and gained a master’s degree in Comparative literary studies at the Peter Szondi-Institute of the Freie Universität Berlin. She lives in Berlin, where she works as a curator for International cultural Projects, as well as being a literary translator and musician. She joined the Lettrétage team in 2014.

Point of contact for Project Schreiben & leben (WiSU), Project SYN_ENERGY and the CROWD Network.

Contact: linde.nadiani [at]