Nina Stögmüller

Raunächte erzählen [Tales for the nights between Christmas and Twelfth Night]

The nights between Christmas and Twelfth Night, or the Feast of the Epiphany – are they holy, mysterious, or even ominous? Although not a great deal has been written about them, more...

Categories: Austria  | Fiction 

Nina Stögmüller

Raunächte erzählen (Taschenbuch) [Tales for the nights between Christmas and Twelfth Night]

The nights between Christmas and Twelfth Night, or the Feast of the Epiphany – are they holy, mysterious, or even ominous? Although not a great deal has been written about them, more...

Categories: Austria  | Fiction 

Alfred Berghammer

Reise-Tagebuch eines Pilgers [A pilgrim's travel journal]

90 days on the Way of St. James from Salzburg to Santiago de Compostela

The Road to Santiago has been described many times. The unusual feature of this journey is the chosen route – not the much-frequented Camino Francés through the northern more...

Categories: Fiction  | Religion & Philosophy 

Jens Riecke, Christoph Lindenmeyer, SAID, Andrea Heuser, Karin Fellner, Birgit Müller-Wieland, Fridolin Schley, Katja Huber

Silent Space München [Silent Space Munich]

The Stachus [Karlsplatz], deserted. The Hirschgarten, empty. The Theresienwiese [site of the Oktoberfest] devoid of marquees, dirndls and lederhosen. The Allianz football arena more...

Categories: History  | Fiction 

Linde Prelog, Peter Reichert

Wiener Mischung [Vienna – warts and all ]

Swiss photographer Peter Reichert, an adoptive Viennese, his Leica at the ready, roams through the world's most liveable city. He is no longer a tourist, but not yet an established more...

Categories: History  | Fiction 

Wir Glückspilze [Lucky us]

What we can learn from our children

Publisher: Christine Haiden

It doesn't take much to be happy Children are generally open-minded, they are not given to false politeness or endless brooding. Children see more possibilities and fewer more...

Categories: Fiction