The German writer Poppy J. Anderson has already sold over two million romance novels. She started out publishing her own books but an established publisher snapped up her new series of novels.
While there's a plethora of topics on the program for the Leipzig Book Fair, there's one thing on everyone's minds: the presence of right-wing publishers at the trade fair. Not a new subject, but a hotly debated one.
Germany's most successful sci-fi author, Frank Schätzing, is best known for his book "The Swarm." His latest thriller, "The Tyranny of the Butterfly," takes on the dystopic potential of artificial intelligence.
Fifty years ago, the leader of Germany's student movement Rudi Dutschke was wounded in an assasination attempt. His widow Gretchen tells DW why she feels positive about the social changes that emerged from the protests.
Award-winning Israeli author Lizzie Doron became renowned for her books depicting the Jews' traumas. When she started researching the life of Palestinians — and became friends with the enemy — everything changed.
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