Heiko Michael Hartmann

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Heiko Michael Hartmann

Heiko Michael Hartmann, born 1957, studied law and philosophy. He is a specialist in administrative law and lives in Berlin. His first novel, MOI, received an award at the 1996 Ingeborg Bachmann Competition.


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The Black Egg

The Black Egg

Business as usual in political Berlin, as petty jealousies, escalating incompetence and an addiction to publicity turn party functionaries into exotic neurotics. How to stay sane if you just want ...

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Under the Bed

Under the Bed

Mr. Vogel is a civil servant. This is no conventional calling, he insists, but the noble art of bringing order to a notoriously degenerate and chaotic world. For the civil servant does not "fight ...

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MOI

MOI

Money doesn't smell, it's true, but it may do something far worse. Welcome to Europe in the year zero. Euromoney has replaced the faithful Deutschmark, but now an insidious plague creeps into ...

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Awards

1996 3-Sat-Stipendium des Klagenfurter Ingeborg-Bachmann-Wettbewerbs

Bibliographie

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1997 MOI. Roman
2000 Unterm Bett. Roman
2006 Das schwarze Ei. Roman