Barbara Slawig

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Barbara Slawig (born September 22, 1956 in Braunschweig ) is a German writer and translator .


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 the author of novels and short stories that predominantly belong to the science fiction genre . She also publishes crime novels under the pseudonym Carla Rot .

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.



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