Annemarie Bostroem, born on May 24, 1922 in Leipzig and died September 9, 2015 in Berlin, she was a German poet, playwright and Nachdichterin.
She lived most recently in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg.
Annemarie Bostroem came from a family of doctors. Having in Munich and Konigsberg had visited the school, she studied during the war theater studies and German studies in Leipzig, Berlin and Vienna. Since 1944 she lived in Berlin.
From 1946 to 1954 was Associate Bostroem of construction-stage sales.
She wrote poetry and plays. A special reputation they acquired as Nachdichterin (adaptations of several languages on the basis of interlinear versions in 95 anthologies and Single, about 100,000 lines of verse).
My poetry book tercets of the heart (1947) was rejected ideologically in the Soviet occupation zone, and in the island-edition from 1975 was a poem censored.
Nevertheless, the book in the GDR a Longseller with approximately 100,000 copies sold was.
Bostroem was with the journalist, dramaturge, writer and publisher Friedrich Eisenlohr married (1889-1954).
Annemarie Bostroem died at age 93 on September 9, 2015.