Walter Kohl

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Walter Kohl

Walter Kohl, born in 1953 in Linz, was a correspondent for the Austrian daily Die Presse until 1996. Now a full-time author, he lives in Eidenberg (Austria). His most recent publications include: Good Hope (2004), Nacht, die nicht enden will (2007), Die dunkle Seite des Planeten (2008). In 2001 Zsolnay published Ich fühle mich nicht schuldig – Georg Renno, Euthanasiearzt.


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In Search of a Mother

In Search of a Mother

»Radiant and exuberant« – these were the words used to describe the mother in the medical records of the Amsterdam hospital where Tania was born – an ironic observation in view of what the ...

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What Does Life Smell Like?

What Does Life Smell Like?

As a result of a serious bicycle accident, Walter Kohl loses his sense of smell forever. At first, he is unconcerned by this, given the other life-threatening injuries he has suffered. But little ...

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I don't feel guilty

"I don't feel guilty"

The last years of his life were spent in a small terraced house in a village near Ludwigshafen. A white-haired old man with a haggard face and spindly legs, living on a state pension earned by ...

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Walter Kohl

Awards

2005 Österreichischer Jugendbuchpreis

2004 Ohrwurm (Hörspielpreis)

2003 Mira-Lobe-Stipendium

Bibliographie

Im Paul Zsolnay Verlag sind erschienen
2000 "Ich fühle mich nicht schuldig" - Georg Renno, Euthanasiearzt
2009 Wie riecht Leben? Bericht aus einer Welt ohne Gerüche
2012 Mutter gesucht. Die Geschichte dreier ungleicher Schwestern

Weitere Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl)
2004 Good Hope
2007 Nacht, die nicht enden will
2008 Die dunklen Seiten des Planeten