Dirk Kurbjuweit

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Dirk Kurbjuweit

Dirk Kurbjuweit was born in 1962 in Wiesbaden. He worked as an editor with the influential weekly Die Zeit from 1990 until 1999, before becoming a reporter for Der Spiegel, Germany's most widely-read news magazine; he currently runs their Berlin office. Kurbjuweit was awarded the prestigious Egon Erwin Kisch Prize For Journalism in both 1998 and 2002. He is also a successful novelist, with three of his books having been adapted for the screen: Zweier ohne (2001), Nachbeben (2004), Nicht die ganze Wahrheit (2008).


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No Way Out?

No Way Out?

Angela Merkel has been governing
Germany for nine years. She still has
two more years left in the Chancellery,
that much is certain, but she could
just as well call it her ...

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Not the Whole Truth

Not the Whole Truth

Private detective Arthur Koenen's most difficult case: he must find out if the chairman of a major political party is having an affair. A spellbinding novel about three people entangled in a web ...

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Dirk Kurbjuweit

Awards

2009 Medienpreis Politik des Deutschen Bundestages

2002 Egon-Erwin-Kisch-Preis

1998 Egon-Erwin-Kisch-Preis

Bibliographie

Im Carl Hanser Verlag ist erschienen:
2009 Angela Merkel. Die Kanzlerin für alle?
2014 Alternativlos. Merkel, die Deutschen und das Ende der Politik

Im Nagel & Kimche Verlag sind erschienen:
2001 Zweier ohne. Novelle
2004 Nachbeben. Roman
2008 Nicht die ganze Wahrheit. Roman

Weitere Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl):
1995 Die Einsamkeit der Krokodile. Roman
1998
2003 Unser effizientes Leben. Die Diktatur der Ökonomie und ihre Folgen
2005 Operation Rot-Grün. Zusammen mit Matthias Geyer und Cordt Schnibben
Schussangst. Roman