Karsten Flohr

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Karsten Flohr (* 1950 ) is a German writer . He became known through his former work as an editor at the Hamburger Abendblatt and his novels , especially Leah - Eine Liebe in Hamburg (2012).

Bibliography (excerpts)

  • Leah - a love in Hamburg, hey! publishing.
  • The last voyage of the legendary ship's hairdresser Sigismund Skrik, Ink & Feder Verlag.
  • Villa Ludmilla: What really happened in Bruno's basement and how it changed the world, Acabus Verlag .
  • Eric. Or: The day that Angela M. will never forget, Acabus Verlag.
  • Times of Hope, Verlag Suhrkamp / Insel.
  • The nine days of disgust. The Hamburg Sülze Uprising in 1919 and how Elfriede Schwerdtfeger experienced it from her window, Acabus Verlag.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Literophilia - The Book Magazine. Retrieved September 29, 2017 .
  2. Jan Haarmeyer: Love began on a Sunday in 1936 . ( Abendblatt.de [accessed on July 6, 2017]).
  3. Karsten Flohr Archive - IMMH. Retrieved on July 14, 2018 (German).
  4. Karsten Flohr - Suhrkamp Insel Authors Author details. Retrieved July 6, 2017 .