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FOLTERGAUL is the latest and actually used synonym of the novel writer Peter Rathke, who runs the Peter Rathke Verlag, Winkel 1, 24226 Heikendorf, and who is known for his German translations of the novels Planetoid 127[1] and Mein Leben[2] by Edgar Wallace. Peter Rathke mostly has written his novels under pseudonym Tarekh (Kielroman[3]), Karl P. Gaul (Vom Mann, der Blumen spuckte [4] / Kielroman Zwo), and Colmar Prochnow (Liebe und Spuk in Sachsen bis zum Abwinken[5]), Peter Rathke also works as an abstract painter under pseudonym Karl P. Gaul.

His latest novel "Im Knast mit Kommissar Hjuler und Mama Baer" is available since March 1, 2011 at Peter Rathke Verlag Heikendorf (ISBN 978-3-9804622-0-4).[6]

Foltergaul was inspired by the art of Mama Baer and Kommissar Hjuler, so he presented both as characters at his new novel.

The appearance of this novel is accompanied by experimental lectures, lectures took place on October 21, 2010 place at MS Stubnitz,[7] Stadthafen Rostock, for which Karl P. Gaul read from the manuscript with performance background by Kommissar Hjuler und Frau, and on March 12, 2011 and was part of the Lange art Nacht Karlsruhe during the ART Karlsruhe at UND#6 Platform Karlsruhe.[8] the next performance will be part of the blurred edges Festival Hamburg, May 7, 2011.[9]

References and Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Planetoid 127: Edgar Wallace, Karl P Gaul: Bücher". Retrieved 29 July 2015. 
  2. ^ "Mein Leben (People): Edgar Wallace, René Ahrensdorf, Peter Rathke: Bücher". Retrieved 29 July 2015. 
  3. ^ "Kielroman: Bücher". Retrieved 29 July 2015. 
  4. ^ "Vom Mann, der Blumen spuckte: Karl P Gaul, René Ahrensdorf: Bücher". Retrieved 29 July 2015. 
  5. ^ Liebe und Spuk in Sachsen bis zum Abwinken, ISBN 978-3-9804622-5-9, [1], review at German Penthouse, Issue 06:08, June 2008, Side 79
  6. ^ Deutsche Nationalbibliothek
  7. ^ "Home - stubnitz". Retrieved 29 July 2015. 
  8. ^ [2]Und Plattform 2011
  9. ^ website info Kommissar Hjuler

External links[edit]

  • Karl P. Gaul [3]
  • Buchhandel [4]
  • Deutsche Nationalbibliothek [5]
  • Kommissar Hjuler and Mama Baer [6]