Award-winning Austrian author
Three little-known and surprising stories related to the Holocaust using photography as a thread for storytelling
Translator recently bestowed a lifetime achievement award from the Austrian government for translations of Austrian literature
Austrian perspective on the Holocaust
Wilhelm Brasse's biography will especially be of interest to historians: his photographs are some of the most damning evidence as to what occurred at Auschwitz.
Gisela Tschofenig's biography shows the important contributions of a legendary anti-fascist resistance fighter in the Spanish Civil War and against the Nazis in her native Austria.
The never-before-told and painstakingly researched history of the Klagsbrunn family pieces together the lives of Viennese emigres tho escaped to South America; however, the imprisonment and torture of their grandson under Brazil's second military dictatorship are chillingly ironic and forced the family to flee again, to Berlin.
Author's style of literary non-fiction leaves a lasting impression
Stories of individuals put a human face on historical and political events