Walter Müller (writer)

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Walter Müller (* 1950 in Salzburg ) is an Austrian writer .


Müller writes novels, short stories, essays and glosses (for Salzburger Nachrichten and ORF ), plays, radio plays and children's songs. From 1990 to 1997 Müller Rauriser was town clerk . Walter Müller has been a funeral orator for several years and has written more than 200 speeches. These speeches formed the basis of his most recent literary work If There Is Heaven ... 23 of these speeches are published in this book.

  • Grant of the Ingeborg Bachmann Prize 1979 for "Apocalypso"
  • Literature Prize of the City of Salzburg
  • Georg Trakl work grant


  • Music and lyrics to Planet der Menschen! (burlesque pop revue)
  • Simply gone, 1984, music: Brigitte Seuberth , interpreter: Anita Wagner , Austria's contribution to the Eurovision Song Contest (last place)
  • The hanger man
  • Filipino birthday calendar
  • Splash nonsense, children's songs
  • Kuddel Muddel apple strudel, children's songs
  • Häppi Dingsbums, children's songs
  • Frogs, children's musical, 1992, music: Johannes Pillinger
  • One day in Salzburg, 1992, ISBN 3701703361
  • A Parzival, play, 1994
  • Jederboy, play, 1994
  • Rauriser house and reader , 1997, ISBN 3-901257-06-3
  • Commissioner things. The first four and a half cases, a story with music by Kuno Trientbacher
  • Angels, angels in droves, stories and poems for Advent, 2002, ISBN 3-87024-579-4
  • My Father's Houses, Roman, 2003, ISBN 3-87024-592-1
  • Weird birds, blog novel, Salzburg: Jung und Jung 2007
  • Small steps Roman, Salzburg: Otto Müller Verlag 2010, ISBN 3-7013-1180-3
  • Out, amen! Krimi, Molden Verlag 2012, ISBN 3-8548-5299-1
  • If there is a heaven ... , funeral speeches, Salzburg: Otto Müller Verlag 2012, ISBN 978-3-7013-1194-1

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