Uwe-Michael Gutzschhahn

Uwe-Michael Gutzschhahn, born 1952, lives as a free-lance writer, translator and reader in Munich. For Hanser Kinderbuch, which he managed for five years, he co-wrote Der geheime Bericht über den Dichter Goethe (1999) with Rafik Schami. In 2001, Hanser Kinderbuch published an anthology of stories about jealousy edited by Gutzschhahn and entitled Liebe bis aufs Blut (2001). Also available in the same series: Männer kennen keinen Schmerz (2003), anthology edited by Saskia Heintz.


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Taking the Plunge

Taking the Plunge

So sad it makes you laugh. So beautiful you want to cry. Twelve stories about growing up. By twelve young German women writers.

To be young means to experience many things for the ...

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Love Like Poison

Love Like Poison

Why can't she forget the one sentence her boyfriend said last night? Why did he talk about meeting a girl who had been in Berlin for three days on a school trip? What if the stranger had stayed ...

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The Secret Goethe Report

The Secret Goethe Report

It is the year 1890. An abandoned sailing ship drifts off the coast of the small Arabic island state of Hulm. Its crew is dead, the murderers unknown. Pirates? Enemies of the Europeans in the ...

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Im Hanser Kinderbuch sind erschienen:
1998 Ich möchte einfach alles sein. Jugendbuch
1999 Der geheime Bericht über den Dichter Goethe. Jugendbuch. Text mit Rafik Schami
2001 Liebe bis aufs Blut. Neun Eifersuchtsgeschichten. Jugendbuch
2004 Sprung ins kalte Wasser. Jugendbuch