Iceland 1949. Thriving economy - shortage of workers on the farms. 500 young German woman set out to a country most of them had never heard of.
A wonderful novel set around Heimat, friendship, family and the alluring power of money.
A modern rural portrait of society against the background of late summer Mecklenburg, East Germany.
Boundaries and crossing borders, rural exodus and precarious environments, existential fear and the longing for freedom.
Gender equality from a man’s perspective.
Men: fragile and split heroes. An in-depth examination of the foundations of masculinity, its origins and primary characteristics.
From Kremlin Flyer Rust to the assassination of Rabin and the party donations scandal around Helmut Kohl.
Peter Mathews and Yitzhak Goldfine
A defense lawyer speaks out. The literary revision of his biggest cases.
Get access to Putin.
Hubert Seipel has access to Putin like no other Western journalist. (Der SPIEGEL)
Why our brains are no computer and what we've got to do to keep it that way.
Did you think that your brain should work the way it does by itself? Think again.
'Got something for you', he said.
A Coming-of-Age novel of a stunning new talent about life, love and guild. But overall: friendship.
A story of grief, being alone, moving on and acceptance.
J. Paul Henderson
Larry McCabe is a man who needs people more than most ... the problem for Larry is that most people have little need for him.
»Hard stuff, that's what we need!« (Clemens Meyer)
With a melancholy and power reminding of younger Radiohead music in an unparalleled voice. (WDR 1 Live)
Rhythm and blues.
A Kafkaesque parable from the backwoods in sparse, sharp-edged, sculpted language.
Subordinating everything to the illusory guile of money and power. This is what will happen.
Inspired by a criminal case that took place in the late 19th Century Vienna, this is a story about the eternal struggle between rich and poor.
This book can be served as appetizer to a meal for as many people as you wish.
The comfort of warm rice pudding, the art of cooking a lentil dish and the imponderables of love.
Stress is vital.
We do not have stress in our lives to make ourselves sick, we have it so that we can learn to change.
Together we've got more brains than alone!
Growing complex social and economic challenges can only be mastered by embracing co-creativity.
How can we live good lives?
Katharina Ceming and Christa Spannbauer
Philosophy is a a way of making sense and a source of practical inspiration about how to live our lives.
Get on board!
A woman. A boat. An Ocean. A woman tests her own limitations and finds herself.
Be mad, be irrational. Be courageous enough to live your own life.
Stop postponing your life, there is no other.
Learning not only is expression of vitality. It is its prerequisite.
Why is it that hardly anyone values learning as personal enrichment anymore, but as tiresome duty?
Religion is the new taboo.
What does a non-believing journalist ask Jesus when he appears right in front of her?
You can. But you must believe so.
How our inner images and beliefs can change the way we use our brain.
Overturning every sterotype. A must-read for every woman. And every man.
A new understanding based on neurobiology into how boys and men think.