Forgluhen: A Narrative of the Hamburg Music Scene in the 1990s | NDR.de – Culture – Book

Status: 08/11/2022 06:00 AM In “Vorglühen” musicians Jan Müller and Rasmus Engler talk about freedom, indifference and the search for meaning. A classic tale of aging and at times hilariously whimsical and chaotic. by Alexandra Friedrich “Vorglühen” means: Drink yourself warm. But it can also be another word to express stage fright, to warm up, … Read more

Stermann’s “Maksym”: great reading pleasure with funny situations | NDR.de – Culture – Book

Status: 04.08.2022 00:01 Dirk Steermann is probably the most famous German in Austria. His new book “Maxim” is inspiring as a funny collection of anecdotes. by Katja Esbach He became known as a radio presenter and cabaret artist. Sternman likes to explain to stranger Germans in the south. In his novel Six Austrians Among the … Read more

Street Utopia: A New Novel by David Mitchell | NDR.de – Culture – Book

Status: 07/25/2022 06:00 AM David Mitchell’s “Cloud Atlas” was an international bestseller. His current novel, Utopia Avenue, is now 700 pages long: a road trip into the 1960s music scene. by Katya Wise You think you know everything. David Mitchell features Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, Joni Mitchell, and Leonard Cohen, but the band around which … Read more

Anna In: A New Novel by Nobel Prize Winner Olga Tokarczuk | NDR.de – Culture – Book

Status: 03.06.2022 09:11 AM In her novel Anna In, Polish writer Olga Tokarczuk explores a 4,000-year-old theme: the legend of Inanna. It is the original version of all the stories about the descent into the underworld and is now available with a new translation. by Julian Bergmann shimmering place. People are running. State-of-the-art architecture. The … Read more

“The Last Must Be The First”: A Lionel Shriver Novel | NDR.de – Culture – Book

Status: 06/02/2022 06:00 AM Lionel Shriver’s latest book is an elegant, and at times heart-wrenching, novel about marriage on the rocks and old age that we all can’t escape. by Katja Esbach Serenata and Remington are in their 60s and have been together for many years. The children have left the house and life has … Read more

Jocha Marmon: Perceptive playwright and author of children’s books NDR.de – Culture

Status: 06/01/2022 12:24 PM The Kirsten Boie Prize for Children’s Literature 2022 will be awarded today at Literaturhaus Hamburg to Berlin-based author and producer Jocha Marmon, who has named Karl Valentine a hero. listen to another 4 minutes by Jens Büchsenmann Jocha Marmon has multiple talents: she produces several audiobooks, for example on popular children’s … Read more

Diversity Day: Writer Emilia Roig still sees a lot of work to be done | NDR.de – Culture

Status: 05/31/2022 06:00 AM Diversity Day campaigns nationwide for diversity in the community. A conversation with activist, political scientist, and author Emilia Roig about progress and lack of change. Today is the tenth day of diversity. National Labor Day starts from Diversity Charter Society. More than 3,000 companies and organizations have so far signed the … Read more

We Are All Crawling: A Santiago Lorenzo Novel | NDR.de – Culture – Book

Status: 05/30/2022 06:00 AM Santiago Lorenzo’s fourth novel, We Are All Scared, became a sensation: selling a quarter of a million copies in Spain alone. The book is now published in German. by Tobias Wenzel 2015 in Madrid: Manuel, a man in his mid-twenties, shot a police officer in self-defense. Fearing imprisonment, he hides in … Read more

Crime Book Tips: Psychological Sophistication, Suspense, and Drama | NDR.de – Culture

Status: 05/27/2022 2:41 PM Once a month NDR Kultur presents one or more new thrillers. This time a thriller full of surprising twists, a Berlin thriller and a new masterpiece by most British American crime writers. by Katja Esbach Great Psychological Evolution: “What’s Hiding” Elizabeth George Elizabeth George is a phenomenon. The American is written … Read more

(62) White pizza and festival special orders | NDR.de – Culture

Status: 05/27/2022 06:00 AM Knubbel Instead of Bubbles: The pizza Jan baked raises questions. Festival organizer Werner Koehler reveals that he does not wish to make it happen. Jan’s new pizza stone didn’t help either: Before Daniel can reach the toppings of his Bianca pizza, he has to eat his way through a thumb-thick crust … Read more