Barbara Slawig studied biology at the University of Bochum after graduating from high school . After taking her diploma in 1981 , she spent a year of research at the University of Leeds and worked as a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin from 1983 to 1986 . 1986 doctorate her at the Free University of Berlin with a thesis on meningitis - epidemics in West Africa to the doctor of science .
After receiving her doctorate , Barbara Slawig did not pursue her scientific career any further. She performed various activities, including a. as a lecturer at a community college , in nursing training and as a Taijiquan teacher. She has been working as a freelance translator from English since 1990 ; since 1994 she has published her own literary texts. Slawig lives in Berlin .
Barbara Slawig is a member of the Association of German Writers , VS, and of the Association of German-Language Translators of Literary and Scientific Works . In 2001 she received a working grant from the Berlin Senate as well as the readers' award from the online magazine " Alien Contact ".
- Antigen specificity of serum antibodies in relation to the cell surface of Neisseria meningitidis of the serogroup A. Berlin 1986.
The living stones of Jargus. Zurich 2000; also as a flight ban. Argument, Berlin 2003.
- durchgesehene edition: fly (with the additional narrative package days ) Golkonda-Verlag, Berlin, 2013. ISBN 978-3-942396-77-6
- Package days . Story in the online magazine Alien contact 2003.
- Report on Evans . Story in the magazine Fantastisch! 2005.
- Patent solution. Droste, Düsseldorf 2009, also as an e-book with Carlsen, Hamburg 2013 under the title At Abflug Mord .
- Blood ash. Droste, Düsseldorf 2010.
- Visby. Bloomsbury Berlin 2012.
- Helen Brooks : Wild Magic of Greece. Berlin 1993.
- Daphne Clair de Jong : A sweet challenge. Berlin 1993.
- Robyn Donald : Our island paradise. Berlin 1993.
- Robyn Donald: Why don't you trust me? Berlin 1993.
- Natalie Fox : Hacienda of Orchids. Berlin 1993.
- Simon Ings : Datafat. Munich 1999.
- Penny Jordan : Love came very quietly. Berlin 1993.
Michael P. Kube-McDowell : Trine. Munich.
- Vol. 1. The risk. 1997.
- Vol. 2. The secret. 1997.
- Vol. 3. The Empire. 1998.
- Kathryn Kramer : savior of the heart. Munich 1994.
- Kathryn Kramer: The beautiful stranger. Munich 1996.
- Miranda Lee : Where love lives. Berlin 1993.
- Roberta Leigh : Tender weekend in the country. Berlin 1993.
- Ian R. MacLeod : Aether. Stuttgart 2005.
- Cordwainer Smith : A planet called Shayol . Story in the online magazine "Alien Contact" (2005) and in Hardy Kettlitz (ed.): Alien Contact Yearbook 2005. Shayol, Berlin 2005.
- Jennifer Nadel : A woman kills. Munich 1995.
- Karen Robards : Midnight Love. Munich 1997.
- Yvonne Whittal : This path leads to love. Berlin 1993.
- Hartmut Kasper : No flight. The living stones from Jargus , in: The Science Fiction Year 2004 , edited by Sascha Mamczak and Wolfgang Jeschke , Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, Munich 2004, ISBN 3-453-87896-5 , pp. 915–917.
- Publications by Barbara Slawig in the catalog of the German National Library
- Barbara Slawig in the Internet Speculative Fiction Database (English)
- Works by and about Barbara Slawig at Open Library
- Homepage on barbara-slawig.de
- As Carla Rot on carla-rot.de
- Barbara Slawig on epilog.de
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Red, Carla (pseudonym)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German writer and translator|
|DATE OF BIRTH||September 22, 1956|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Braunschweig|