Hiwwe wie Driwwe, which means "Over here as over there" (cf. German Hüben wie Drüben), is the title of the only existing Pennsylvania German language newspaper. Since 1997 the publication is distributed twice a year. More than 100 Pennsylvania German authors - members of Lutheran and UCC churches as well as Old Order Amish and Old Order Mennonites - have already contributed pieces of prose, poems and newspaper articles. The founder and publisher is Michael Werner (Ober-Olm, Germany), who also served as president of the German-Pennsylvanian Association between 2003 and 2010. On their websites, one can find poems, stories, videos and lessons in the dialect. In 2011, "Hiwwe wie Driwwe" has created a "Hiwwe wie Driwwe Award for Pennsylvania German Literature" in cooperation with the Palatine Writers Contest in Bockenheim (Germany) and Kutztown University's Pennsylvania German Minor Program. Since 2013, "Hiwwe wie Driwwe" is printed in Pennsylvania, and in 2015, the editorial headquarter was moved to the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center at Kutztown University.
Walter Sauer, Michael Werner et al. (Eds.): Mit Pennsylvaanisch-Deitsch darich’s Yaahr. A Pennsylvania German Reader for Grandparents and Grandchildren. Published by the German-Pennsylvanian Association.
Earl C. Haag: Der Schtruwwelpitter (Original: Der Struwwelpeter, deutsch, 1845)
David L Valuska & William Donner, Kutztown University (2004): "This journal and an associated internet site are leading sources for information about the Pennsylvania German language.” 
Patrick Donmoyer, Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center at Kutztown University (2012): „Hiwwe wie Driwwe is the most widely-known dialect publication in the world for Pennsylvania German / Palatine German dialect, with a strong readership throughout the US, Canada and Europe.” 
C. Richard Beam, Center for Pennsylvania German Studies at Millersville University (2014): "Hiwwe wie Driwwe has succeeded in establishing a bridge between the Old and the New World and it has succeeded in the preservation of the Pennsylvania German dialect and culture.” 
Sheily Rohrer, Penn State University (2017): "Started as a newspaper by Michael Werner in Ebertsheim, Germany, Hiwwe wie Driwwe on the internet and in print has mediated a transnational conversation of dialect writers with one another." 
^David L. Valuska and William W. Donner: The Past and Future of the Pennsylvania German Language. In: Globalization and the Future of German. Ed. by Andreas Gardt and Bernd Hüppauf. Berlin 2004: 237-238.
^Patrick Donmoyer, Site Manager of the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center at Kutztown University, 2012, on the occasion of Hiwwe wie Driwwe's 15th anniversary
^Prof. C. Richard Beam, Director of the Center for Pennsylvania German Studies at Millersville University. Statement, February 17, 2014)
^Sheila Rohrer: "Literature". In: Pennsylvania Germans. An Interpretative Encyclopedia. Edited by Simon J. Bronner and Joshua R. Brown. Baltimore (MD) 2017: 183.