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Erika Burkart (8 February 1922, Aarau – 14 April 2010) was a Swiss writer and poet. She was the recipient of many awards, among them the Conrad-Ferdinand-Meyer-Preis, the Gottfried-Keller-Preis, the Joseph-Breitbach-Preis, and the Wolfgang-Amadeus-Mozart-Preis.
She was born in Aarau in 1922 and died in Muri in 2010. Erika Burkart's literary estate is archived in the Swiss Literary Archives in Bern.