Oliver Steinke

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Oliver Steinke

Oliver Steinke (* 1969 in Kaufbeuren , Allgäu ) is a German writer and author.

Steinke's historical novels are mostly about revolt and revolution against existing conditions. Especially as in The Flame of Love and the Rebellion about the Relationship between Power, Violence and Freedom in Revolt. The topic here is the resistance of the peasant Machno movement against the Russian Bolsheviks . Steinke's main characters are often people from the people, including historical ones such as roofer Wat Tyler and priest John Ball in The Treason of Mile End or the worker Francisco Sabaté in Foxes of the Ramblas . In plunder to Palmares fate is Irish theme, the mid-17th century in the Caribbean were enslaved in order to work there in the cane fields.


  • The flame of love and rebellion . Karin Kramer Verlag , Berlin 2003
  • The betrayal of Mile End . Edition AV , Frankfurt 2003
  • The eye of the sea king . Edition AV, Frankfurt 2004
  • Foxes of the Ramblas . Edition AV, Frankfurt 2005
  • Translation from English: Outsider poems by David Kessel . Edition AV, Frankfurt 2007
  • Capture trip to Palmares . Dutschke Verlag, Neustadt Weinstrasse 2011
  • Wolves in the gorse - The Normans invaded Ireland . Dutschke Verlag, Neustadt Weinstrasse 2013
  • Venus - poems from light and darkness . Together with David Kessel, Dutschke Verlag, Neustadt Weinstrasse 2014
  • Simon Magus - Keeper of the Fire The Gospel of John the Baptist, BoD Norderstedt 2017

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