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A link to this author's page was added to this article in January, 2008 by User:Lyriker. As this user was adding many links to Lyrikline.org (and had created the article), the link was removed by a linkspam volunteer, the article was deleted as promotional, and Lyrikline was globally blacklisted. However, the article has now been restored, the English-language interface to Lyrikline has been whitelisted, and the link here may have been appropriate. Accordingly, absent objection, I intend to add the link back with a bit more explanation of what it is, see an example at Michael Krüger (writer)#External links. I'll wait a few days. Comment is appreciated, before or after the addition. For reference, see author page at Lyrikline. This page has only one English translation, but audio and German text and biography in German. --Abd (talk) 17:29, 1 March 2009 (UTC)
Friederike Mayröcker and Jandl were life partners (from the 1950ies until his death 2000), s. the [German version] of the article. They were more than good friends, in an interview published in the magazine Wespennest in 2002 (nr. 125) she talks about their relationship and him being everything for her. --Klara Schlamm (talk) 18:00, 5 March 2009 (UTC)