Andreas Mand

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Andreas Mand
Born (1959-12-14) December 14, 1959 (age 55)
Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Occupation novelist, playwright,
short story writer,
essayist,
Language german,
Nationality Germany
Citizenship german
Education Magister in Media Studies
Alma mater University of Osnabrück
Period 1982-present
Genre Novels, short storys,
essays, rock music (lyrics), plays,
Subject Personal life
Literary movement contemporary literature
Notable works Child of father (Vaterkind), ISBN 3-7017-1262-X.
Notable awards Candide Preis

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Andreas Mand (born December 14, 1959[1]) is a German contemporary author of novels, short storys and essays and a playwright. He is one of the representatives of the German Popular literature.[2]

Education and life[edit]

Andreas Mand was born in Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany as the son of a parson.[3]
After elementary school he attended the Fichte- Gymnasium Krefeld. Then he studied at the University of Osnabrück and attained the Magister degree in Media Studies. Later he lived for a while in Berlin and Duisburg. Today, Andreas Mand is working and living in Minden, North Rhine-Westphalia, and Germany.

Work[edit]

Novels[edit]

Short stories and essays[edit]

  • 2009 Fairport Convention in: Rock Stories: Fifty short stories about music and their significance,[4] Verlag Langen Müller, ISBN 978-3-7844-3195-6
  • 2011 Essay in: Rumba with the Rum drunkards (Rumba mit den Rumsäufern), Frank Schäfer, Oktoberverlag Münster, ISBN 978-3-941895-14-0
  • 2011 Short stories in: Hyde Park-Memories. A music club of Osnabrück and the history (stories) (Hyde Park-Memories. Ein Osnabrücker Musikclub und seine Geschichte(n)),[5] Harald Keller/Reiner Wolf, Oktoberverlag Münster, ISBN 978-3-941895-16-4

Plays[edit]

  • 2010 The Grover game (Das Grover Spiel) and Practice room eternity (Proberaum Ewigkeit), MaroVerlag, Augsburg, ISBN 978-3-87512-289-3.

Compact Disc[edit]

Awards[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ author Andreas Mand Retrieved 2011-12-13
  2. ^ Andreas Mand at perlentaucher.de Retrieved 2011-12-13 (german)
  3. ^ Andreas Mand at lyrikwelt.de Retrieved 2011-12-13 (german)
  4. ^ Fairport Convention Retrieved 2011-12-12 (german)
  5. ^ Hyde Park-Memories Retrieved 2011-12-13 (german)
  6. ^ CD A little file Retrieved 2011-12-13 (german)