Ingo Schulze

Ingo Schulze was born in Dresden in 1962, studied classical languages in Jena and worked in Altenburg as a dramatic advisor and newspaper editor. He has been living in Berlin since 1993. His books have won him numerous awards and been translated into more than 30 languages.


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“We Can Make a Picture Talk” – Art stories

“We Can Make a Picture Talk” – Art stories

The authors have already interpreted several paintings together for various art museums. This book is a stimulating invitation to see art from a completely new perspective.

When ...

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The Hangman's Lot

The Hangman's Lot

A poor child is left to stew in a cauldron; a father beheads his sons without reason or remorse; a beautiful young girl devours a wolf’s heart… Ingo Schulze and Christine Traber pick up ...

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Our Beautiful New Costumes

Our Beautiful New Costumes

»But he’s got no clothes on!« exclaims the child in the fairytale of the Emperor’s New Clothes,
pointing out something that everyone can see but no one dares to acknowledge for fear ...

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Awards

2015 Die besten 7 (Deutschlandfunk)

2015 Lektorix